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Tiny helper module: Publish as Hidden

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It's the small, convenient things like this makes me love the processwire community even more. I tend to create some placeholder pages while developing, so this will save me a lot of clicks. Thanks! :)

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HELLO. I've recently found that the module doesn't currently work as expected. please do not use till this is resolved. Thanks

Should work now. wasn't saving pages properly, but now fixed.

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