Need some macro help

Author Message
Mikk 03/29/2006 07:02 am
i want to use a macro like this:
/archive/62{:00..99}/62{:00..99}001.mp3
my problem is i only want the first combination of every directory:
from directory 6200 i want file 6200001.mp3
from directory 6201 i want file 6201001.mp3
from directory 6202 i want file 6202001.mp3
from directory 6203 i want file 6203001.mp3
from directory 6204 i want file 6204001.mp3
....
from directory 6299 i want file 6299001.mp3

but the macro as i use it also starts files like:
from directory 6200 -> file 6200001.mp3 [OK]
from directory 6200 -> file 6201001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6200 -> file 6202001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6200 -> file 6203001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6200 -> file 6204001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
..
from directory 6200 -> file 6299001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6201 -> file 6201001.mp3 [OK]
from directory 6201 -> file 6201001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6201 -> file 6202001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6201 -> file 6203001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
from directory 6201 -> file 6204001.mp3 [UNWANTED]
......
and so on

so i need both macros to be increased at the same time. how do i do this?

thanks in advance,
Mikk
Oleg Chernavin 03/29/2006 07:02 am
Mikk,

This is not hard. Use the following URL:

http://www.site.com/archive/62{:00..99#1}/62{:#1}001.mp3

Oleg.
Mikk 03/29/2006 07:02 am
great, thank you!

Mikk
Oleg Chernavin 03/29/2006 07:02 am
You are welcome!

Oleg.
Veblin 03/29/2006 07:02 am
That information should be added to the help file. You added that repeat macro function awhile back but there is still no mention of it in the current help file.
Oleg Chernavin 03/29/2006 07:02 am
OK. I just added it there. Thank you.

Oleg.