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Server Date: 2013-01-06 09:25:25

     Holy crap! My rewrite rules are browser sensitive!
     It's aggressive browser-caching on Firefox's part. Never mind.
     Having issues with my rewrite rules. Trying to keep 404 response down.
     I had already created a simple RedirectMatch ruile that would redirect any attempt to access anything in a CD directory tree to a collective, soft-error page:
     RedirectMatch 301 ^/23-TheEasternFrontCD/1635TheEasternFrontCD/ http://baencd.thefifthimperium.com/NoCDs/

     It worked fine when I had nothing in those paths to serve.
     Now I want to redirect anything except certain files or anything in certain specific directories. If the specified directory or file exists, I want them to be served, but if they don't a catch-all should redirect to the soft-error page.
     RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/23-TheEasternFrontCD/1635TheEasternFrontCD/images
     RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/23-TheEasternFrontCD/1635TheEasternFrontCD/index.htm
     RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/23-TheEasternFrontCD/1635TheEasternFrontCD/
     RewriteRule ^/ /http://baencd.thefifthimperium.com/NoCDs/ [R=301,L]

     The way I understand it, if the three rewrite conditions are met, then the immediately-following rule should trigger. So far, it doesn't seem to.
     Anything in the images directory should serve. The specific index.htm file (and for some CDs, an orientation page or extra information page) should serve. Anything else I want to trigger the CD soft-error page.
     But all I get is the standard server-wide 404 response.
     Still working on the rules. For now, I'm just letting the standard 404 page serve, but I will be experimenting with the rules for the next few days.