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jQuery Plug-in: Improved Dropdown

A jQuery extension that enables developers to embed filterable combo-box controls into web pages.

An Improved Dropdown demonstrating groups and disabling items

FogBugz Plug-in: Fogbugz Scratchout Plug-in

A FogBugz plug-in for deprecating bug events.
FogBugz Scratchout

FogBugz Plug-in: FogBugz News Network

This plug-in provides additional reporting functionality to FogBugz to better enable you to keep tabs on your projects.
FNN

FogBugz Plug-in: Wiki Article Index

This plug-in adds a widget that you can insert into a FogBugz wiki to display an article index.
Wiki Article Index

FogBugz Plug-in: Discuss Plus

This FogBugz plug-in provides additional capability to the discussion boards.
Discuss Plus

6 Responses

  1. I like the scratchout plugin; while simple it’s rather useful. Any possibility to scratch out the text for attachments to a note (either by itself or everything together)? Many times our note is still valid, but I want to make sure folks don’t test the wrong file, etc.

    Thanks!

    • That is an item I’ve had on my bug list for a while now, but the FogBugz API doesn’t yet provide an interface to modify the attachments area of a case. I’ve been waiting for an update to the API to allow that, but might have to resort to a more hack-y approach in the meantime.

    • I just released a new version that scratches out attachments and file links and posted it to the FogBugz plug-in gallery. Enjoy!

  2. I’m using the Wiki Article Index plug in and have a minor issue. When I create a new link to a non-existent wiki article while editing an existing article, the new link shows up in the Article Index! (As shown in your screenshot above – it says “New Article”). FogBugz wiki configuration tool does not do this. Once the link is displayed in the wiki article index, I have found no way to hide it — it always displays the “phantom” article. Can you fix / revise this behavior??

    • I’ll check it out and see what I can do. Thanks for reporting the issue.

    • This has been fixed in version 1.2.0 which is now posted to the gallery and on FBOD.

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