[Plugin: Redirection] RegEx written to .htaccess as encoded chars
Using Redirection 2.2.3 with WordPress 3.0.3.
My .htaccess file is writeable and Redirection is writing to the file.
I set up a regex rule to redirect riverwood/(\d) to something – a pure experiment.
Redirection writes encoded chars to .htaccess:
RewriteRule ^riverwood/%28d%2A%29$ $1/10/08/pot-kettle-dark-colour/ [R=301,L]
Admin view: http://yfrog.com/f/jdredirectionregexj/
If I edit the .htaccess file manually it works.
Is this something at my end or bug in Redirection?
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