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I've registered a post type for an audio plugin, the post type is "Custom Players" in the admin and has its own tab on the admin sidebar.

I'm just curious if there's a simple way to move this out of the menu and make it another sub-item under "Settings", for example, as cleverly illustrated in this screenshot -> http://i.imgur.com/D3MxA.png

I know about the show_in_menu key for register_post_type() but don't want to make the post type inaccessible from the admin; I'm just curious about making it less prominent, it's a post type that won't be used frequently.

Thanks for even looking at this! Peace

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So you want to remove Haiku from under settings, and add it to under custom players? This sounds like you should modify the menu page registration for haiku players which you would need ot do in your code, and we cant advise on that here without more information or code to see –  Tom J Nowell Sep 23 '12 at 17:05
    
Hey Tom, thanks for the response. I'm trying to move "Custom Players" under the "Settings" tab, so that "Custom Players" would look like and be in the same list as "Haiku Player" (and the other Settings sub-items). –  czief Sep 23 '12 at 18:26
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