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I'm using glossary in latex and I wonder if or how can I change the style of the word-hyperlink to an entry which created via \gls{glossary-item}? I've tried it via \newenvironment{*style changes here*}, but then the hyperlink to the glossary is missing.

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Got it.

\usepackage{ulem} % dotted underline 


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