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  • maiki
    Participant

    @maiki

    Sorry to hear that. I’ve gotten a lot of use from this plugin. Hopefully the Markdown module will make it into Slim Jetpack.

    Thanks for making it. ^_^

    Hi Matt,

    First up, a huge thanks for your work on this plugin. It has been immensely helpful to us.

    Just a quick question — how do you recommend moving from MoSI to JetPack’s Markdown module? Can I just deactivate this after the update to 2.5 and enable Jetpack’s Markdown module and everything should work as it would?

    Update: Nevermind, didn’t realize 2.5 came with a conversion utility. Upgraded, converted, deactivated, moved and all went well.

    Plugin Author Matt Wiebe
    Member

    @mattwiebe

    @miki: You can have a slim Jetpack by just only activating the modules you want. 🙂

    @preshit: great, glad it worked.

    Li-An
    Participant

    @li-an

    Hello,
    I’ve a little problem with new Markdown module and titles. In Markdown on Save Improved (and other Markdown engines) you can write a title like this

    ###Title h3

    With the new module, it won’t work, you need to add a space like this

    ### Title h3

    It means I will have to modify all the posts of one on my blogs…

    I opened a thread on Jetpack forum here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/markdown-module-and-titles

    maiki
    Participant

    @maiki

    In case you weren’t aware, there are privacy and performance concerns with Jetpack. That is what Slim Jetpack is trying to address.

    I used to be able to use your plugin on my self-hosted site, but now it is not self-hosted, because I can’t use it unless I am signed into WordPress.com, via Jetpack. I appreciate that you made this plugin in the first place, but to be clear, you’ve deprecated the self-hosted version.

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