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Fix image links for using-gist guide

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@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ a new Git repository just for your Gist. When the Gist is edited, a new commit
is created and Gist provides a little navigation menu on the left hand-side of
a page which lets people view the different versions of your Gist.
-![A gist](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/a-gist.png)
+![A gist](/using-gist/a-gist.png)
Because the Gists are git repositories, we have the ability to clone them just
like normal Git repositories using either the public or private URL. If we use
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ To get started we'll type http://gist.github.com into our browser's URL bar and
press enter. BLAMMO. We're now at the place where Gists are born. At this page,
we're presented with a screen that mostly contains a Gist box itself:
-![A new Gist](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/new-gist.png)
+![A new Gist](/using-gist/new-gist.png)
Right up the top we've got a box that lets us put a description. This can be
helpful to let people know what this Gist is about. Underneath this, there's a
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ so we'll be careful who we share our precious(ssss) Gists with.
In this case, we'll create a public Gist, generating a Gist that is ever so
pretty.
-![Our first Gist](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/first-gist.png)
+![Our first Gist](/using-gist/first-gist.png)
Because we've named the file "test.rb", Gist knows that this is a Ruby file and
highlights it accordingly. If we didn't name this file, we could have used the
@@ -92,9 +92,9 @@ Now that we've got our very own Gist, we can do with it as we please, such as
editing it. Let's press the "edit" button to be taken to a screen similar to
the "new gist" screen.
-![The edit button](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/edit-gist.png)
+![The edit button](/using-gist/edit-gist.png)
-![The edit screen](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/2-edit-gist.png)
+![The edit screen](/using-gist/2-edit-gist.png)
On this screen, we've got a couple of things we can do. We can change the name
of the file which could mean that the syntax highlighting changes for our Gist,
@@ -106,8 +106,7 @@ Let's add a new file. This seems to be the concept that people have the most
difficulty with, so hopefully this informative diagram clearly points out where
the "Add another file..." link is.
-![Add another
-file](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/add-another-file-gist.png)
+![Add another file](/using-gist/add-another-file-gist.png)
By pressing this link, we're given another Gist box! Two for the price of one!
PHWOAR. In this new Gist box we can enter a completely different filename and
@@ -122,7 +121,7 @@ different content. Content, like this:
This time, let's select "Ruby" from the "Language" select box and see what
happens when we press "Update Gist".
-![DOTS HAVE BEEN THROWN](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/dots-gist.png)
+![DOTS HAVE BEEN THROWN](/using-gist/dots-gist.png)
ZOMG. Two Ruby files! In one Gist! Amazing!
@@ -135,4 +134,4 @@ Gist is a super-powerful-and-awesome service. Use it, and use it properly.
Please please please please please please please do not put additional code
afterwards in a comment. That is what the edit button is for.
-![The edit button](/radar/guides/raw/master/using-gist/edit-gist.png)
+![The edit button](/using-gist/edit-gist.png)
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