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Suppress link (or just the color) of a specific \nameref

The links that I'm creating with the hyperref package (e.g., references to other sections/chapter) are all coming out with a color that I've defined. That's as intended and it's working fine. But I ...
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Why are my hyper references pink?

I have this in the heading of my document: \usepackage[unicode=true, colorlinks=true, linkcolor=blue]{hyperref} Yet the links look like this: Why the pink color ...
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Changing colors over multiple sections and pages

I would like to mark up a whole section (including all subsections and footnotes, spanning multiple pages) as proposed for deletion -- ideally, with color and strikethrough, but just one of the two ...
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Color switches are problematic with footnotes, longtable and hyperref

When using the color package in its switch form (\color cf. \textcolor), things can get confused using certain packages, with footnotes, and with section headings. The section headings issue was ...
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Conflict between glossaries and siunitx (possibly via hyperref) when defining color

I'm in the process of writing my thesis which has a large glossary. The hyperref and glossaries package allow for linking and colouring the references, which is great. Unfortunately the large number ...
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Specific colour in equation links

In hyperref package, is it possible to specify a specific color for equation links different than other link colors ? Following are present color specifications that I am using for hyperref package ...
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Different citation colour for page number [duplicate]

I try to cite a specific page in LaTeX using the following command: \cite[p.~42]{Friedberg1995}. I use colorlinks and I have set a blue colour for my citations. After the compilation takes place I ...
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Toggle border links in table of contents

I'm using the amsart class and would like to know how to in the "Contents" output, to only have sections' page numbers with clickable colored borders and the sections' names completely neutral (i.e. ...
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punctuation color in references

I have used the following command to change the color of references in the text to blue: \hypersetup{ colorlinks, pdfborder=0 0 0, linkcolor=blue, citecolor=blue} however; the parentheses, ...
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What's a better way to define individual link colours for a url in a macro?

I've got a document where I'd like two colours of links - cyan for links in headers that since it's brighter, and navy blue for links in the main body which is more subtle/less distracting. I already ...
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Hyperref footnotes and section ref colors

I was using hyperref package so to link all the references within the LaTeX file, however I wanted to personalize a bit the default colors, so my preamble looks like this ...
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Citation colour with Beamer + Hyperref + Natbib

I'm using natbib for citation with a custom bibstyle. I'm working on a presentation using LaTeX beamer and for some reason the citation marker doesn't have the colour that is specified to hyperref. ...
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Two colors in one hyperlink

As usual writing a few documents. As one can see having too much color and gloss in a document is never good. Therefore having boxes, and a myriad of colors in the hyperlinks is a bad idea. I really ...
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How to color citation brackets using hyperref?

I want to color the brackets of inline citation like: some text[9] where it is written in latex like this some text\cite{9}. Now hyperref only colors the number "9" without the brackets "[]". Is there ...
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\autoref with links that include only the number, but not the text, and have counter-dependent colors

I would like the functionality of hyperref's \autoref, but in a way that the link border box covers only the number and not the preceding text (e.g. "section"). This is normally possible with the ...
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Best practice for hyperref link colours?

I'm using the hyperref package with the option colorlinks=true. However, I'm not happy with the default link colours: for instance, citation links appear in a flamboyantly bright green that hurts my ...
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link size and color (nameref)

I create a link with \nameref: \section*{\Huge {\color{DarkRed}This is a headline}} \label{sec:headline} When I reference to this section with \nameref{sec:headline} The link is displayed the ...
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coloring the page numbers in the table of contents

I try to color the page numbers of my table of contents. I'm using the package hyperref along with the options : \hypersetup{ colorlinks, linkcolor=wine-stain % custom color } Here's the ...
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Lyx : change cross reference color [duplicate]

When i make a refference to a figure , the text appears black. How can i change cross reference's default black color to blye or cyan ? I had the same issue with citations but i figured it out with ...
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Further customize color of hyperref links

I have tried to find a way to customize how internal links are colored, but I don't yet have the expertise in finding and redefining commands. In the LaTeX example below, I describe how I would like ...
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Hyperref: Changing the linkcolor locally in the TOC

I found that the link-color for TOC text is identical to the link-color for Figures and Tables. When I change the color to black in the TOC also the color for Figures/Tables citation etc. is changed. ...
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How to make hyperlinked tabs with specific colors?

I modified this project How to print section titles like tab-list? in the following way: usletter, 8 tabs on the edge of paper, odd pages only, text within the tab is set by the user (\TabText), ...
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How to change hyperlinks color {Lyx}

I am using Lyx and i would like to change the color of hyperlinks on my bibliography. The default color is pink (at least on report layout , which i am using) Is it possible to change it, to blue ? ...
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Change colour of boxes surrounding links in hyperref

How can I achieve in the following MWE that the box surrounding the link gets coloured in blue? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{color} \usepackage[linkcolor=blue]{hyperref} \begin{document} ...
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Displaying & highlighting glossary entries that are not defined yet?

In my document I use the glossariespackage. When referencing terms, that do not exist in the glossary (yet) the term is simply not displayed. Which IMHO forces a quite complex workflow. Is there ...
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How to use different colors for different \href commands?

I have two different \href{}{} links and I want each to be a different color. In the example below they will both be blue, how can I make each link have a different color? \documentclass{article} ...
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Change ref color of on the 'List of Figures'

In my 'List of Figures' Chapter the data is listed in red, and with a reference to appropriate part of the pdf file. I suppose this is due to ...
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How to change the color of the hyperlink to mail address in moderncv class?

I am beginner in LaTeX, and experimenting with moderncv. I find that the hyperkink of the email is of the same light blue color as the surrounding info, failing to make clear that it is an hyperlink. ...
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colorlinks option of hyperref with TeXnicCenter doesn't work [closed]

I am new to the hyperref package. When I am not using the colorlinks option, it works well. (Loading other options like pdfborder presents no problem.) But, once I load the colorlinks option, the ...
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options for appearance of links in hyperref

If I use \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} I get colored links for \cite (not good for printing or even viewing) but table of content looks fine. If I use ...
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1answer
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Coloured equation number (without changing colour of reference using hyperref)

I am working on a file where I am using the package hyperref so that the references to equations are linked and coloured. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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1answer
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Undefined color error for URL, when compiling with XeLaTeX

I've defined a different color for hyperlink using \hypersetup command with urlcolor. When I am compiling it with XeLaTeX I am getting undefined color error for the URL link, but it works fine when I ...
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887 views

Glossary link's color

How can I change the color of glossary links when using glossaries along with hyperref? I just want to change glossary link colors not all links.
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Recommended color for hyperlinks in a CV

I'm using the hyperref package, and I'm curious if there is a recommended color for hyperlinks. At the moment I am using urlcolor=BlueViolet which looks great onscreen, but when printed in b&w it ...
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Changing color for apalike2 + natbib

I am ussing apalike2 with natbib and I would like to apply normal, black color instead of light-green in my referrences, for example command: \citep{someone} produces green text: (Smith, 2011) ...
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How do I change the color of the 'pages' text in the bibliography when using hyperref with pagebackref enabled? [closed]

I'm using hyperref to add pdf hyperlinks to all references in my document. I am using the pagebackref option, so in the bibliography I get a nice list of links to the pages the reference appeared. ...
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How to get email to show in color when typed in text?

In LaTeX's article documentclass, how do I (using hyperref, if I understood right) get email links to show in color (say, red) when I type them in the middle of a paragraph?
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How can I have colored and underlined links with hyperref?

I would like the internal hyperlinks generated by hyperref to be colored and underlined. Reading some of the package documentation, I know that these \hypersetup keys exist: colorlinks: when ...
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Installing xcolor

I get the error: ! Package hyperref Error: This color specification is not supported (hyperref) without package `xcolor' in (hyperref) `linkbordercolor=111'. See the ...
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fontspec \setmainfont over-rides href color

I'm happy with the way fontspec is working for me, but have one problem. I have the command: \setmainfont[Color=393939]{URW Palladio L} which colors all the text in my document. I have darker greys ...
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Options and suggestions for hyperref font?

Background I am interested in finding and implementing a more aesthetically pleasing style for the hyperlinks in my document. I have read through the documentation, but I find both the colored text ...
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Link formatting: colors, underlines in moderncv

Following the excellent advice in this site, I have started using moderncv for writing the new version of my CV. Unfortunately, after converting to PDF, my http links work (clicking on them leads to ...
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How do I make sure that \pageref{LastPage} doesn't get colored like the other links identified by hyperref?

I am using hyperref together with lastpage. My problem is that \pageref{LastPage} gets the same color as the links identified with hyperref. I want it to be just the ordinary color (e.g. black) Allow ...
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How do I specify color in RGB using \hypersetup in hyperref?

How do I specify color in RGB using \hypersetup in hyperref? I know that this is the right way to do it with color names: \hypersetup{colorlinks,breaklinks, urlcolor=Maroon, ...
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Is there a way to have coloured hyperref hyperlinks in the PDF, but have them print “as if” they were black?

I like having my hyperref hyperlinks a different colour, so it's obvious that they are links. But when I print a copy of the PDF, I don't want the links to be coloured, because you can't click them, ...
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Remove ugly borders around clickable cross-references and hyperlinks

I know that I can use hyperref to make cross-references and hyperlinks clickable. That makes the clickable areas outlined in fluorescent green, however. How can I make the green boxes go away?