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    Senior Member ibaker's Avatar
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    Default Entry link using double folder location

    In the display an entry the entry title is a link - I am getting a double entry of the installed folder location in the link which means the link doesn't work.

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    This is the default code:
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    <div id="pagetitle" class="pagetitle">
        <h1>{vb:rawphrase entry}: <span class="threadtitle"><a href="{vb:raw relpath}" title="{vb:rawphrase reload_this_page}">{vb:raw entry.title}</a></span></h1>
        <vb:if condition="$epage > 1">
            <p class="description">({vb:rawphrase page_x, {vb:raw epage}})</p>
        </vb:if>
    </div>

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    Thank you for pointing this out. This should be corrected if you upgrade to v2.0.0 "gold".
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    Thanks Brian...fixed in v2 Gold

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