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Xrumer? HELP! How do I write this Anchor Text String? UGGH!

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  1. jharr53301

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    I have been trying to get this thing right for hours. I know its like 1 little dum thing I have wrong but can't figure it out.

    The url is fake. But can someone tell me what is wrong with my string. I want it make anchor text url - but it keeps making it this when it opens http://www.testsite6.com<br/ with that blasted <br/ at the end :y:

    WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? Here is my code:

    This is a test on original string
    Code:
      url=#file_links[C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\web.txt,1,L]#file_links[C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\kw.txt,1,L][/url 
    Bracket [ before url and bracket ] at end url just cant add it here in bhw
     
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    Change:

    Code:
    ,1,L
    
    to

    Code:
    ,1,S
    
    that should do the job :)

    Graham
     
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    That did not work :(

    Any one else? Someone else said it was doing it to them too. Maybe its a bug.
     
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    Hi Buddy,

    I'm using:

    Code:
    url=#file_links[C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Tiers\site-xxx.txt,1,S]]#file_links[C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Xrumer\LSI\lsi-xxx.txt,1,S] [/url
    
    Paste in your paths into the code above, hows that? there was 1 ] missing by the looks of it :)

    Graham
     
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    OMG!!! Your the Boomb!!!!! Fixed! Yes!!! THANK YOU and Rep!! :D
     
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    No problemo :)

    The easiest way to do it is put:

    Code:
    #file_links[C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Tiers\site-xxx.txt,1,S]
    
    The list of URLs in the homepage field then put:

    Code:
    #file_links[C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Xrumer\LSI\lsi-xxx.txt,1,S]
    
    Your keyword list in the message area then highlight #file_links[C:\Users\Graham\Desktop\Xrumer\LSI\lsi-xxx.txt,1,S] with your cursor and press [/B] next to [B]synonomize[/B] it will do the rest for ya :) cheers Graham
     
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    Yes, that is how I had originally did it but the problem is it throws an L instead of an S which is what messes it all up. I had then inadvertantly deleted the extra bracket trying to figure out what the problem is. So maybe Xrumer will fix it to throw the S instead of the L and that will fix the bug. But I'm good now! So thanks for all your help and expertise!! :)
     
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    No worries :) nothing with the software is easy eh hehe :) but maybe thats a good thing :)

    Graham