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I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place for this question (I'm a self-proclaimed newbie)...I have a vocabulary with the following scheme:

category1
    subcategory1a
    subcategory1b

I'm trying to create a URL pattern for the content path so it has the following URL pattern: category1/subcategory1a/[node:title]. I have Drupal 7.22, Entity API 7.x-1.0-rc3, Token 7.x-1.1, and Pathauto 7.x-1.1 and have been trying different token patterns in the URL aliases section. If I set the pattern to be [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME]/[node:title], then the URL alias generated is: category1-subcategory1a/[node:title].
Is there a way to have a "/" appear between the parent term and subterm instead of a dash?

Or is there a way to create the pattern: [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:0]/[node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:1]/[node:title]?

The tokens related to individual content items ("nodes") listed are:

[node:field-VOCABULARYNAME]
    [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:1]
    [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:2]
    [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:3]

If I set the pattern to [node:field-VOCABULARYNAME]/[node:field-VOCABULARYNAME:1]/[node:title], then the URL alias generated is: category1-subcategory1a/subcategory1a/[node:title].

In my content type, I have the field that's tied to the vocabulary is set up as a Hierarchical Select widget with Term reference as the field type.

I found these StackOverflow and Drupal Answers posts and it seemed most relevant to me, but I do not have the taxonomy term tokens listed.

Thank you for your guidance

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  • Dear Nikhil M, thank you for the link! I hadn't seen that one yet and it provided me with the answer. I needed to download the Taxonomy Entity Index module and then I could enter [node:terms:join:/]/[node:title] as the pattern.
    – ForTheWin
    Aug 2, 2013 at 16:27
  • in case it may be of help to others, the link that Nikhil M provided was drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/27141/…
    – ForTheWin
    Aug 2, 2013 at 17:00

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