This release continues to refine Jetpack’s handling of images in Photon (our image accelerator) and enhances theme and plugin compatibility with Infinite Scroll.
Jetpack’s Custom CSS Editor also gets a major overhaul for this release. The editing experience is now more streamlined and supports Sass and LESS as alternatives to traditional CSS. Write your site’s styles in your preferred language, and Jetpack handles the rest.
Those are the highlights, but this release also fixes many other issues you reported. For a complete list of changes, see the official Jetpack Changelog.
The update will be available in your WordPress dashboard shortly. Alternatively, you can always download the latest version of Jetpack here at jetpack.me.
Remember these fixes are made possible by bug reports submitted by you (thanks!), so please contact support or post in the support forum if you need help.
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Looks like there is a bug with 2.0.3, after updating the plugin will be deactivated due to missing sharepress.php file
Thank you for the note! We updated to 2.0.4 right away, see http://jetpack.me/2012/12/14/jetpack-2-0-4/
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Less and Sass support in Jetpack, woot!