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  1. If you want the plugin to fire on a third-part extension you must enter the context used when saving a content item and may need to enter a JTable class. To get this information enable this option save a content item (e.g. A content item). After done, disable the option. If you don't see a context message, then the plugin cannot handle that extension.
    If you want the plugin to fire on a third-part extension you must enter the context used when saving a content item and may need to enter a JTable class. To get this information enable this option save a content item (e.g. A content item). After done, disable the option. If you don't see a context message, then the plugin cannot handle that extension.

    If you want the plugin to fire on a third-part extension you must enter the context used when saving a content item and may need to enter a JTable class. To get this information enable this option save a content item (e.g. A content item). After done, disable the option. If you don't see a context message, then the plugin cannot handle that extension.

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