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Create new ap rule for page without "next" in links comment

This works on AutoPager 0.5.1.4 or newer version.
This is the recording of the steps to create the rule for http://www.pspad.com/en/pspad-extensions.php.
This demo shows how to create AutoPager rules for the pages which don't have "Next" in links. They only have a navbar includes all the page numbers like this: Page: [1], 2, 3, 4.

The final link xpath get in this tutorial is:
//div[@id='obspoz']/p/text()[contains(.,'[')]/following-sibling::a[1]
Steps explains:

//div[@id='obspoz']/p :select the navbar.
//div[@id='obspoz']/p/text() : select the texts in the navbar since current page number does not have a node
//div[@id='obspoz']/p/text()[contains(.,'[')] : select the text for the current page number. It will be easier if the current page number has a node, for example if it's a span with class='current': //div[@id='obspoz']/p/span[@class='current'].
//div[@id='obspoz']/p/text()[contains(.,'[')]/following-sibling::a[1] : select the first link after the current page number text.

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