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Fix links to the Sass list function documentation.

Closes gh-74
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@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ or by commas (e.g. `Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif`).
In addition, individual values count as single-item lists.
Lists won't behave any differently in Sass 3.1 than they did in 3.0.
-However, you can now do more with them using the new {file:Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions list functions}:
+However, you can now do more with them using the new [list functions](Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions):
* The {Sass::Script::Functions#nth `nth($list, $n)` function} returns the nth item in a list.
For example, `nth(1px 2px 10px, 2)` returns the second item, `2px`.
@@ -666,7 +666,7 @@ Lists are just a series of other values, separated by either spaces or commas.
In fact, individual values count as lists, too: they're just lists with one item.
On their own, lists don't do much,
-but the {file:Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions Sass list functions}
+but the [Sass list functions](Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions)
make them useful.
The {Sass::Script::Functions#nth nth function} can access items in a list,
the {Sass::Script::Functions#join join function} can join multiple lists together,
@@ -911,7 +911,7 @@ for boolean values.
Lists don't support any special operations.
Instead, they're manipulated using the
-{file:Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions list functions}.
+[list functions](Sass/Script/Functions.html#list-functions).
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