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Ketarin 1.8.11 - 2 issues

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I have been using 1.8.10.15 and attempted to switch to 1.8.11.0 however I have ran into two issues.

First is the "/" in this replace --> {date:replace:/:-}

I go to Dell and download based on the date of the file, but when I leave / it auto changes the char to \

Example:

Contents from URL: https://downloads.dell.com/published/pages/inspiron-17-7779-2-in-1-laptop.html
Use regular expression: (?<={link}.*{version}</TD><TD>).+?(?=<)
Blue result: 4/22/2019

Download location: {root}Programs\{category}\Application\{appcat}\{version} - {date:replace:/:-}\

The second is minor, but when I go into the Download source Variables page they were shown in the order of the XML file, but in 1.8.11 they are in alphabetical order. The XML file still showed them in the correct order I want them in, but again in the program they are in alphabetical order.

Example.xml

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I'm not totally sure about this but hyperlinks use the / forward slash and file paths use \ back slashes.  So if you use the Download location section in Ketarin, since it is a file path it will change / to \.  

This is where I read about someone having a similar problem.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36471201/hyperlink-backslash-auto-converted-to-slash

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