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Is it possible to move the "Edit | Quick Edit | Trash", etc... links (A/K/A "Quick Edit links") from a table generated by a custom post type registration into a different column other than the "Title" column?

Perhaps a custom column?

Is there a action/filter for this? Or can I just remove the "Title" column, and add a column called "Actions", and just stick the links there with a function call of some sort?

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You mean the quick edit and the bulk edit box? What have you tried so far? And yes, I know, it's no easy stuff... – kaiser Nov 26 '13 at 20:21
@kaiser I'm talking about those three links right under the post title in my super tiny screen shot. I just want to append those links to a different column, so I can just get rid of the "Title" column for this particular custom post type's post listing table. – Michael Ecklund Nov 26 '13 at 20:24
Still, that's called "Quick Edit" in WP. Please edit your question and search for that specifically. – kaiser Nov 26 '13 at 20:44
you can check this answer [Move custom column admin links from bellow “post title”][1]it may help you :) [1]: stackoverflow.com/questions/13418722/… – Sabita Sahoo Oct 28 '14 at 18:27

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