Old syndication targets not cleared when logging out.

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Old syndication targets not cleared when logging out.

I was disabling the obsolete WordPress plugin Bridgy Publish, since the functionality is now in Syndication Links. The github target name was bridgy-publish_github and now is github-bridgy. After disabling the plugin I logged out/in with Omnibear to https://dougbeal.com. The log shows just the new syndication targets:

[
{
uid: bridgy-publish_twitter
name: Twitter via Bridgy Publish
},
{
uid: bridgy-publish_flickr
name: Flickr via Bridgy Publish
},
{
uid: bridgy-publish_github
name: Github via Bridgy Publish
},
]

Sending a reply gives a Status 400 error:

{
message: Error sending request
status: 400
data: h=entry&in-reply-to=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fdougbeal%2Fdocker-dougbeal.com%2Fissues%2F7&content=Fixed%20by%20https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Findieweb%2Findiewebify-me%2Fissues%2F75%0A%F0%9F%8E%89&category%5B%5D=docker-dougbeal.com&category%5B%5D=github&category%5B%5D=h-card&mp-slug=fixed-by-https-githubcom-indieweb-indiewebify&mp-syndicate-to%5B%5D=bridgy-publish_github&mp-syndicate-to%5B%5D=github-bridgy
method: post
url: https://dougbeal.com/wp-json/micropub/1.0/endpoint
headers: {
Accept: application/json, text/plain, */*
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded;charset=UTF-8
}
}

due to Omnibear sending both the old and new targets.

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