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On 02/17/2013 04:39 AM, Zeki Bildirici wrote:

I think the warning in the extension pages is too much and freaks people:
     This product has not had a release in over 1 year and may no
longer be maintained. "

The main aim is to usage this extensions, is it working or not. I
don't care too much if it is an old release, or last update was 3
years before, and its maintenance, if it is working thats ok for me.

If there should be a warning, it could be yellow and say, "Last
working release - or it is not tested with recent version of

I've noticed it before, but today i saw that others give big attention
to this warning like:

Best regards,

I had that warning for my spell checking dictionaries. It is hard to update one of these types of extensions, when you have a limited ability to make it "better".

I will have to see about adding the 4.0 version in the list of versions it works with, but the last time I got the warning, adding the 3.6 version to the list did not remove it.

I do not thinkthere should be the "not tested with therecent version..." Since it could have been and people like me could not remember how to add the 4.0 version to their extension through the sites editing process.

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