This plugin is a very neat idea. I've had problems with it, though:
When I installed, unicode characters already existing in my pages, such as “, ”, —, etc. immediately became corrupt.
Deactivating, and even deleting the plugin files completely, haven't fixed the problem. What can we do?
You can see what it looks like here:
Original text in HTML view:
and so on it went---tonset
emdash — dash “smart quotes”
Resulting text when I preview or view page:
and so on it went—tonset
emdash â dash âsmart quotesâ
Isn't it interesting that --- gets turned into — even after the plugin is deleted? If the plugin is activated, I can turn that option off, but it shouldn't keep happening when the plugin is removed entirely. Any ideas?
As a side note, an uninstall routine would be great. It seems like filters are being cached here (I didn't even know that was possible!), but I don't have any caching plugins activated.
FYI: We run on a multisite installation. This is the main (first) site in the network. I'm using the latest version of wp-typography as of yesterday.
Thanks for any help.