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Subject: Tilde in links
Author: Leto
Date: 07/05/2001 03:50
Windows does not allow "~" in filenames.

I can understand why a "~" would be converted to "_" 
when the URL containing it is mirrored, but that is 
not what I am doing.

A link in a page such as:

<a href= 

works fine and HTTrack does not modify it. But this 

external site image</a>

is converted to:

<a href="../_AusBoy/AussieSKA.gif">external site 

So now the link is incorrect as it is not external and 
also there is no directory ../_AusBoy/ and no image!

-- Leto
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