Source View: post_row_actions

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1333                 * The filter is evaluated only for non-hierarchical post types.
1334                 *
1335                 * @since 2.8.0
1336                 *
1337                 * @param array $actions An array of row action links. Defaults are
1338                 *                         'Edit', 'Quick Edit', 'Restore', 'Trash',
1339                 *                         'Delete Permanently', 'Preview', and 'View'.
1340                 * @param WP_Post $post The post object.
1341                 */
1342                $actions = apply_filters( 'post_row_actions', $actions, $post );
1343           }
1344
1345           return $this->row_actions( $actions );
1346      }
1347
1348      /**
1349       * Outputs the hidden row displayed when inline editing
1350       *
1351       * @since 3.1.0