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Nicholas Dudfield  committed 90b6ed5

Bitbucket :( needs `\\` for `\` in the README.txt

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 file.
 
 Once installed, any file you save will be copied into your documents folder, eg
-`<My Documents>\Sublime Text Backups`. For example, if you change
-`c:\autoexec.bat`, you'll get a backup saved to:
+`<My Documents>\\Sublime Text Backups`. For example, if you change
+`c:\\autoexec.bat`, you'll get a backup saved to:
 
-    c:\Documents and Settings\yourUserName\Sublime Text Backups\c-drive\autoexec-2008-03-22-22-22-46.bat
+    c:\\Documents and Settings\\yourUserName\\Sublime Text Backups\\c-drive\\autoexec-2008-03-22-22-22-46.bat
 
 That end bit is the timestamp, so you can see when the file was edited.
 
 `Packages/AutomaticBackups/automatic-backups.sublime-settings` and add a line
 like this to the end of the file;
 
-    {"backup_dir" : "c:\my files\archive"}
+    {"backup_dir" : "c:\\my files\\archive"}
 
 To see if it's working, open the console with the `View` | `Show Console` menu
 item. When you save a file, you should see a line like this, indicating that the
 file has been backed up;
 
-    Automatic backup: backing up to d:\backups\C-drive\Documents and Settings\steve\Application Data\Sublime Text\Packages\User\AutomaticBackupsPlugin-2008-03-22-22-22-46.py
+    Automatic backup: backing up to d:\\backups\\C-drive\\Documents and Settings\\steve\\Application Data\\Sublime Text\\Packages\\User\\AutomaticBackupsPlugin-2008-03-22-22-22-46.py