Perfect!! Tkx Little Girl!!

On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 9:18 PM, Little Girl <littlerg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey there,
>
> Fabio F. Silveira wrote:
>
>>   I am trying to put a link which contains a special character (#)
>> ... Something like:
>
>> [link http://www.xxxxxxx.com./Main#Profile?uid=1624566358855285]
>
>>   The problem is just the "#" character ...
>
>>   I'd like to know how to manage this...  :-)
>
> You don't mention whether you're creating an HTML document, so you
> might have to modify the below steps. If it's HTML, then put a rule
> like this in the configuration area (the fourth line or below) of the
> document:
>
> %!postproc(html): \(hm\) #
>
> What this does is tell txt2tags to process any (hm) entries in the
> document as # after converting the file to HTML. The backslashes are
> only necessary to prevent the parentheses I used in the example from
> being interpreted. You can replace \(hm\) with whatever you'd like to
> use to represent hash marks in your document.
>
> With that rule in place, the link would be written like this:
>
> [link http://www.xxxxxxx.com./Main(hm)Profile?uid=1624566358855285]
>
> Then when you convert the document to HTML, it will replace (hm)
> with # and the link will work fine.
>
> --
> Little Girl
>
> There is no spoon.
>
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