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01/27/2014 03:57:26 PM (6 years ago)
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hlashbrooke
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  • Ticket #26948, comment 3

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    33My original idea was to filter the taxonomy array, but each element of the array is an object, which meant the filter received an array of taxonomy objects making it slightly more complicated to filter. There would be a similar problem with `$taxonomy_names` - it returns an array of names with a numeric index, so in order to filter the list you would need to loop through the array or use `array_search()` or something similar. By doing it in the `foreach` it means your filter function simply needs a quick conditional and a boolean result, which is much friendly for the end-user I think.
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    5 Adding a `'quick_edit' => true` type of argument to `register_taxonmy()` might be a better option - I had considered that, but thought of going for a less intrusive approach for the first pass.
     5Adding a `'quick_edit' => true` type of argument to `register_taxonomy()` might be a better option - I had considered that, but thought of going for a less intrusive approach for the first pass.
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    77I'm open to any thoughts/suggestions :)