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Why an application is no longer available in the Plesk applications catalog?

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    Garnet Chaney

    GOOD JOB PLESK!  YOU SUCCEEDED IN REMOVING EVERYTHING I WAS INTERESTED IN INSTALLING ON MY WEBSITES! AND THIS LOSS OF FUNCTIONALITY WASTED ME AT LEAST AN HOUR TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHY STUFF I ALREADY INSTALLED ON OTHER DOMAINS IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. AND NO ALERTS IN YOUR UI ABOUT THIS RADICAL LOSS OF CHOICES!

    When are you going to get a variety of wikis available?

    And what are the instructions for switching APS catalog for a Windows installation of Pleask 17.8.11?

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    Garnet Chaney

    I looked for this extension, and it does not seem to be available in the Extensions catalog: Softaculous extension offered in Plesk Extension Catalog,

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    Maxim Krasikov

    Hello @Garnet Chaney,

    I would like to clarify that Plesk was switched on its own application catalog since the old catalog is 3rd party and unstable.
    The new catalog contains the list of applications created according to the user's demand.

    If you would like to inform about the desired application, please submit a feature request on our portal below:
    https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions


    Applications are still available in the old application catalog.
    The article has been updated. Now the solution is similar for both Linux and Windows OSes.

    Let me clarify that Softaculous Auto Installer extension available for Plesk on Linux OS only.

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