It does it by adding the
You could go and grab the new version of that plugin (it is most likely updated yet).
If it is not the case, you can contact the author.
Worst case scenario, I suggest that you look at the code of the plugin, it shouldn't be very hard to spot the place where you can update this.
I am saying "worst case scenario" because it is always better to contribute by contacting the author and maybe submit a patch him. But sometimes you're in a hurry and some open source developers are quite busy and don't reply straight away.