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clean up README

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@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@ I recommend checking out the default [LaTeX Support Files] that are available on
**Note**: You can still use this version of MultiMarkdown to convert text into XHTML, and then process the XHTML using XSLT to create a LaTeX document, just like you used to in MMD 2.0.
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## Footnotes ##
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**Note**: MultiMarkdown doesn't actually *do* anything with the code inside the brackets. It simply strips away the extra backslash and passes the LaTeX source unchanged, where it is handled by MathJax *if* it's properly installed, or by LaTeX. If you're having trouble, you can certainly email the [MultiMarkdown Discussion List], but I do not provide support for LaTeX code.
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# Acknowledgments #
@@ -283,12 +283,12 @@ Thanks to John Gruber for the original [Markdown]. 'Nuff said.
And thanks to the many contributors and users of the original MultiMarkdown that helped me refine the syntax and search out bugs.

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