I’d like to downgrade from the current version of W3TC to the one just before: that is from 0.9.2.5 to 0.9.2.4
I guess I can’t use the auto install in WordPress? Should I download the older version from WordPress.org repository and replace the actual folder with the folder from the old version?
I’m concerned with customization, settings and tweaking. I wouldn’t want to have to configure everything again from the ground up (CDN, exception, exclusions, etc.) Is there a way to save to settings while downgrading?
I’m downgrading because there’s a conflict between W3TC and BackupBuddy. NOW, I’m not throwing rocks. In fact, I’ve read quotes from both parties saying it’s not their plugin, it’s the other one. I don’t want to fight about that: I just want things to work like they were working before. Maybe I’ll try the next update (from one plugin or the other), hoping for a fix.
Thanks a lot!
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