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1answer
111 views

Why can't I change text color but I can still change the color of font awesome icons?

I have what it seems a very simple question, but I still cannot solve it, and I haven't been able to reproduce the problem outside Friggeri's CV template (sorry for that). The whole thing is trying ...
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3answers
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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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3answers
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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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1answer
8k views

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 ...
1
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1answer
444 views

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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2answers
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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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2answers
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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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7answers
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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?