Thanks for pointing it out.Thanks for the invalid link.
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My now working link in my second post works with or without the ; .A quick test reveals to me that the ; at the end of the url tag was the cause, for whatever reason.
I know of this feature, but this time (my first reply with the broken link) I just used a copy/paste job from my EverNoter database of frequently given answers, so no involvement of the URL tool.Double "http:" comes from the forum. It is set to automatically includes "http:\\" at the start of the link...if you paste in a link, which usually includes the "http:\\" you will end up with two in your post.
I believe the forum can be set to either no have this included in the dialog box or to have the "http:\\" highlighted so pasting overwrites it.
Odd, because just quoted your post and previewed, the link came up with the double http://, but when I removed that ; and previewed again, it came up with the correct link. I've never used a semicolon in a url field, so I don't know if that's normal or not.My now working link in my second post works with or without the ; .
The source of the problem is the strange double http://, which I can't explain, as it does not exist in my original reply. See my second reply for that, it took me some time to edit it, as the VBB codes messed it up (used quote, code and noparse tags twice, and suddenly everything was quoted, coded or noparsed.