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jquery-history and flexigrid plugin for Jquery 1.8 and above

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Does anyone has the idea for the plugin listed below that able to support jQuery 1.9?

- jquery-history plugin (this plugin is no longer maintained and it's failed to support jQuery 1.9)

- flexigrid plugin (the plugin has discontinued in version 1.2.6 and it's failed to suppor jQuery 1.9)

Any pertinent information or example that might help with this. As I need to use the JQuery 1.7 ++ and above for the Magnific Popup library in my application.

Currently, the error below is displayed on the web browser when I'm using Magnific Popup lib with JQuery 1.4.2

TypeError: el.off is not a function
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- jquery-history plugin (this plugin is no longer maintained and it's failed to support jQuery 1.9)
The demo on jsfiddle work fine with 1.9.1 : https://github.com/yeikos/jquery.history

- flexigrid plugin (the plugin has discontinued in version 1.2.6 and it's failed to suppor jQuery 1.9)
https://github.com/paulopmx/Flexigrid/issues/95
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Answer accepted after 12 days, no comment, grade B.

Have a nice week :)
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