I can delete OcMod directly in database but that will require user to visit the themes pages, and back to modification to refresh. Since I don't want to make thing more complicated so I keep it simple after extension installer, to modification page, and last to theme page. And it will be another issue when theme update require the latest modification to be appliedgerrity wrote:I did notice that it left the old extensions enabled within the modifications...so it looks like you have two verions of each (current and previous). I disabled my pervious 1.3.0 versions.
That is why there is an information in installation documentation that it is safe to delete the lower version in Modification page before refresh them.