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  1. Chris

    I’d love to see this on Chrome/ChromeOS as well. I wonder how hard it would be to package it for Chromebooks.

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  2. Dave Bell

    Cool. Now we both have the app. I kind of like it. Still not quite sure if I need it.

    How do you like it, Jeff?

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  3. William Bergmann

    I’ll be interested to see if it works decently as an ‘offline’ editor, and how it handles Markdown. This could be exactly what I was looking for.

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  4. Jason

    Ah, so it works for WordPress.com websites but also self hosted websites with Jetpack.

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  5. Sudhir Khanger

    Do any of you prefer to use WordPress.com to manage/work-on your self-hosted sites? I usually never visit WordPress.com.

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  6. Jeffrey

    The app is free and works well on my Windows 7 64Bit machine.

    You are still using Windows 7? Maybe it’s time to upgrade to Windows 10.

    Can I use the desktop app to write posts for my self-hosted WP? Does it support source code formatting, such as Java, C#, JavaScript, etc.?

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  7. Terence

    Greetings earthlings.

    My spaceship has just landed.

    Where can I go to find out more about this WP Desktop App you speak about?

    Does it also make a good cup of tea?

    And can it be used to manage the automatic guidance system of our craft, which seems to be broken at the moment?

    Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz

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