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  1. Or what the real problem is is a WordPress development team headlong committed to reckless experimentation. Thus they get screams of bloody murder when they do things people don’t like —- and they BLATANTLY, blatantly ignore those screams.

    If they really wanted to make WordPress better then they would incorporate backend changes as either options in one’s profile — or as “skins” or even dare I say, release the changes as a new backend “theme”!

    That really should be the route they go, instead of pissing everyone off with changes, JUST LIKE when they release a new frontend theme to accompany a new WordPress release (i.e. Twenty Eleven) they REALLY SHOULD also release an accompanying backend “theme” that can be easily switched out, instead of forcing everyone’s hands, and people writing patches to restore it to something of what it was.

    Instead of telling people, “This IS the direction WordPress is going — damn you all to everlasting hell for wanting anything else than our vision for WordPress.” Easily swappable backend theme releases should be standard.

  2. Robert

    Why won’t WordPress listen and give users the choice to expand multiple menus and still use the flyouts? Why do we only get to expand 1 at a time? GIVE US THE CHOICE. Don’t force us to make due with a plugin solution. WordPress listen to your users!!!

  3. Paul

    It’s not about the menu, it’s about the power.

    Certain group of people want it their ways.

    That’s why the plugin is not to solve the problem,
    it’s there to prove that – hey we are here too.

    So +1 for Aaron

    ( most people will just give up and live with it, right ? )

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