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Post  Installing Add-ons
Author: faif
Date: 2011-04-29 09:16 PM


Hi,

At the moment the only ways that I know for installing add-ons is described here: http://plone.org/documentation/kb/add-ons/installing

I guess none of them is possible on objectis right? Are there any possible ways of doing that or we have to live with the default installation?

Thanks.




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  Re: Installing Add-ons (faif - 2011-05-09 02:41 PM)

Any tips about this issue?

Thanks.

  What is the problem (Michael - 2013-10-14 04:20 PM)

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  Jackie,I met you at (Kone - 2013-10-16 10:12 AM)

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  I use WordPress a LO (Mercedes - 2013-10-17 01:46 AM)

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