I've been using AdminMenu on my site, and have noticed significant performance issues. I'd like to disable it, but I have a number of "Admin Lite" users, who depend on being able to selectively clear parts of the cache - css/js, theme cache, etc. They're not the type of users who are going to install Drush, so I'd really like a simple web based UI that allows selective cache clearing. Rules & Cache Actions feels close, but I don't actually want automated rules for clearing the cache. Is there a module out there? Or do I need to write one?

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After going through 19 pages of search results I don't think what you want exists. I'd say you need to write one yourself.

I also checked GitHub Several modules to easily clear everything...

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