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url hyperref does not work with French accent characters

I am using pdflatex. The following creates a live link the the first URL ("mousse" with no French accent). When I click on it in the PDF, I am brought to that page. The second URL (containing two ...
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hyperref won't work with accented characters [duplicate]

I have the following issue with hyperref and accented characters that I can't work out: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} ...
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warning with hyperref package

I have met warning:"Package hyperref Warning: Composite letter `\textdotbelow+u'" when i use this code to create a bookmark \pdfbookmark{\contentsname}{Contents} I don't know the reason for this ...
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How to write properly an accent in a web address?

I'm trying to write a hyperlink for a DjVu document that includes Latin accent, but for some reason, it only displays properly for the PDF one. Specifically, on my list of references (bibliography), I ...
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How do I add accented characters to PDF info without using hyperref?

Using pdflatex, I'm looking to add PDF information into by document, including an accented name (Rónán Daly). Normally I'd use hyperref to do this; however, the conference I'm submitting to is ...
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pdf properties with french accents [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using non ASCII characters in author names and titles within hyperref pdfinfo I can write the accents in the properties of a PDF document using macros, like \'e when i ...
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(small) incompatibilities between LuaTeX+hyperref (pdftitle)+accents

The following ECM works fine when compiled with XeLaTeX, but if compiled with LuaLaTeX there is a minor problem : accented letter produces garbage in the pdftitle — but it's fine in the document . I ...