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Linkr 2.3.6 Bug Fix Release

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Thursday, 08 October 2009 21:29
You might notice that the project status has been changed from Stable to Mature. In deed, Linkr has come a long way since it was first released in January 2008. The 2.3.6 bug fix release seeks to fix several issues. Particularly, Linkr used to ommit the "Itemid" for articles without menu links, even if those articles where part of a category assigned to a menu. This release should prove to be much smoother than the previous ones.

uBar 0.9.2: Modules inside the bar

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Friday, 04 September 2009 12:39
A new button type has been introduced in uBar 0.9.2. It is the Module type, and it will render any Joomla! module right into the toolbar. There are also a few more features worth noting

Linkr 2.3.5

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Thursday, 13 August 2009 02:38
The release of Linkr 2.3.5 incorporates some ideas and includes bug fixes brought up by users like you. It's been almost two months since Linkr 2.3.4, but the time between these two releases was spent developing the uBar extension. On top of your great ideas, this release fixes some compatibility issues, notably for websites using the MySQL 4 database or the Suhosin PHP extension.

What is uBar?

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UserToolbar (or uBar for short) is an extension built with the user in mind. It provides links and tools to help visitors with your site.

2.3.4: Bug Fix Release

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Tuesday, 23 June 2009 18:08
June 19 marked the release of Linkr 2.3.4, which is a bug fix release. It's been over a month since Linkr 2.3.3 was released, and it seemed pretty stable overall. This release is mainly the result of small corrections, performance enhancements and code cleanup.

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Linkr 2.3.8 (13 June 2011) is ready for download, and is compatible with MooTools 1.2. It has also been tested with the Firefox 4, Internet Explorer 9, and Google Chrome browsers.