That's a real pity!Wladimir Palant wrote:URL Fixer only changes host names, not other parts of the URL. That's how it works in general.
Current implementation communicates the change being made quite clearly. If some future version of URL Fixer assigns ids (consecutive numbers?) to the custom rules and adds the id of the applied rule to the message, that will be enough for troubleshooting. And, of course, many other features may be helpful to simplify the entire workflow.Wladimir Palant wrote:it's too easy to break things and to be left wondering why something doesn't work later.
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