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Cleveref Links missing

i have a problem with cleveref. I'm using cleveref with the nameinlink-option but there is still no link. This is my header: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{scrreprt} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} ...
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Link biblatex bibliography to citations without printing backrefs

In my biblatex bibliography, I have numbers like [1] next to my references. When I click on the citation [1], it links to the bibliography [1] (thanks to the hyperref package). Is there a way to have ...
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Problem with hyperref and umlauts in the path of a link

I use hyperref to put links to external files into a TeX-document. That works fine until thera are german umlauts in the name of the external file. Is there any workaround? P.S. It is a problem of ...
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Is there a good way to get hover text references on some of my math symbols?

I am writing some lecture notes that are intended to be accessed through a computer most likely. They are kind of mathy and I was hoping that there was some way for me to clean up the number of words ...
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Hyperlinks from a TikZ tree

I am trying to combine this answer on how to create hyperlinks with a tree hierarchy taken from the filesystem tree example. While the basic hyperlinking works, I get an error message as soon as I ...
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How to insert hyperlink to web site in ConTeXt?

I need the analogue of latex's \href in context. I need a link when clicking on which pdf viewer would open a browser with it's url.
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How to add supporting material link together with cited reference when using bibtex?

I am going to cite a research article which also has useful supporting data by authors in their website. How can I add the link into Bibtex? Or do I have to cite the supporting data link as an ...
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href adds unwanted '.pdf' to path provided

I have following code in my tex file. \\href{DEListComparison/inputFilesForGENE_E/}{link caption} \\ The link in the output pdf file turn out to be *DEListComparison/inputFilesForGENE_E/.pdf*. I ...
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Why do some TeX documents not use links in TOC?

I really love LaTeX (or TeX - I don't really know the difference. I only know that LaTeX is a superset of TeX). One reason why I like it is the automatic creation of links within a PDF document. I ...
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Internal Links like arXiv Documents

I am trying to have my LaTeX files have internal links like arXiv papers do, where they reference Theorem 3.2 and you click on it and it takes you there. I am using MiKTeX on Windows 7 compiling with ...
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How to customize mouse-over behavior of the url links in the PDF files?

Does any one know if I provide an url in LaTex say \href{url}{Frank} When I generate the actual pdf, if I put the mouse cursor over Frank but not click it, I want the description to be "Find me on ...
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Using uppercase command for acronyms in Glossary

I often use the term range expansion in a text. Thus I'd like to abbreviate it using RE. When it first occurs in a chapter, The abbreviation should be expalained like this: Range expansion (RE). In my ...
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linking collection and incollection

Is there a way in Biblatex to have a link in an incollection entry that creates a hyperlink to the title of the collection entry if it also appear in the bibliography. So for example if I have: ...
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hyperlink with beamer using lyx

I am using LyX to build a beamer presentation that has hyperlinks. I create the hyperlink in the following manner: \hyperlink{test}{\beamerbutton{mybutton}} Then, there is a frame after the ...
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How to make a link open multiple pages when clicked?

I have to create a hyperlink which opens two links with one click. Is it possible using LaTeX? I'm using \href{<url>}{Open two links}.
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Did anybody succeed in opening a text file at a certain line from a PDF link?

In my attempt to clarify some inconclusive topics and a part of the series "did anybody succeed" (e.g. Did anyone succeed in playing embedded movies inside Acrobat in Linux?), here it is a new ...
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Create a table of contents

I'm new in LaTeX, and I want to create a TOC like this one TIP: every red box is a link to a certain area in the article.
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how to link previous section

I have a document with multiple sections and a clickable TOC. I belive the TOC to be created by the following command in a package that I use. \tableofcontents As I wanted the TOC to be ...
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Anchor to left margin of the page instead of beginning of line

This may be a very minor thing, but when I click on an internal link within the document (produced by hyperref), the link takes me to the beginning of the line of text, moving the page horizontally ...
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Why website link doesn't show in bibliography

I don't know why the bib reference of website link does not show up. Any solutions? Thanks. @article{brunet2005grant, title={Grant funding to state and local governments and systematic assessment ...
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How to create email hyperlink with predefined subject in LaTeX?

I´m wondering if you can include an email hyperlink in a PDF, that will not only open my mail application with the specified mail address, but also insert a subject, which I specified in LaTeX? I ...
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How to set hyperfirst to just one glossary?

This is a follow up question to here. How can I set my acronyms glossary to hyperfirst=false and the main glossary to hyperfirst=true? I tried to give that as an option to \printglossary but that ...
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How can I add every glossary entry to the index?

I know, there are similar questions around, but I couldn't find a solution to what I want. E.g. here, all acronyms in the document are set to the index. I think, indexing should be done manually so ...
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hyperref : how to color the whole “Figure 4” and not just the “4”?

I have a simple question: how can I make hyperref link (and color) the whole "Figure X" or "Table X" instead of just the "X"? I use it as : \usepackage{hyperref} \hypersetup{colorlinks=true, ...
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Automatic hyperlinks within document?

I'm new to TeX (and I'm still trying to get my hear around it.) I was wondering is there a package that automatically creates links within the document I am writing - like hyperlinking from the ...
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Changing/disabling the mouse over/hover text of a hyperlink

I am using hyperref package to create links in my tex file. To define a link, I do \href{https://www.google.com}{google} When mouse is over the text, the destination, https://www.google.com in this ...
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Is it possible to open a video file via a link in beamer?

I have searched through posts like "embedded video in PDF", it seems that this feature is only available in Adobe Acrobat. So I just thought the alternative solution: open a video file (using system ...
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\input{glyphtounicode} with \pdfgentounicode=1 creates unwanted hyperlinks from link-like text

I often use \input{glyphtounicode} \pdfgentounicode=1 to generate PDF-files whose contents paste with the correct Unicode codepoints. However I noticed that as a side effect of these commands, some ...
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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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Switch between box and color links with hyperref

How can I have both boxed and color links in the same document? I know I can use \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} and have colored links instead of boxes, but how do I have both in the same ...
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Adding a cover image to an existing pdf file breaks th links of the original pdf [duplicate]

We have a main.pdf, and a cover image and a tex file. When we use texlive2013 to add the cover image and the contents of the tex file in the main pdf, the links in the main pdf breaks, in the sense ...
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How to use an hyperlink as a paragraph title?

I want to use the hyperref package to create hyperlinks in my pdf output. I have a global table and I would like to link each line to a more detailed table further down the document. And for each ...
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How to turn on/off certain types (e.g. citation, url, file) of hyperref links?

The hyperref manual doesn't seem to document a way of turning different types of links (citation, url, cross-reference, file, ToC, footnote) on/off independently. One possible scenario would be to ...
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TikZ image with hyperlinks --> GIF/PNG image + HTML image map

I have a (complex) TikZ-based figure with hyperlinks. Now I need a web version of this figure that preserves all hyperlinks. Converting the PDF to GIF or PNG is trivial, but for the hyperlinks I ...
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Making a theorem into a link

A link to another file can be created using the code \href{run:/path/to/my/file.ext}{text displayed} Now I'm use the amsthm package. What I'd like is for the phrase 'Theorem X' to be a link to ...
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Single link in (Author, Year) citation style using natbib and hyperref

natbib and hyperref create by default two links to the bibentry in the reference section|chapter of the document: \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{author08, title = {{A Title}}, publisher = ...
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placing invisible links at certain coordinates?

Does anybody know if this is possible using TikZ? I'm trying to create links over a picture that i have layed on the background of a frame or at least placing them on some nodes in a TikZ code.
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how to make mindmap nodes links within presentation

Wanting to make secondary and tertiary nodes links to other frames within presentation. A great example would be linking the mountain bicycle node to the frame titled "mountain bicycle". The code I ...
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\href macro in \section conflicts with local hyperref linking in ToC

If I have a section like so \section{Section 1} then in the ToC, so long as I use the hyperref package, it is linked to that particular section. However, if I use an href tag as the section ...
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latex, how to put superscript and link to URL downpage

In a document, how do we do this: i.e. how to put a superscript and then link it to a link as shown in the diagram?
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How to create internet link in PDF?

Let us consider the following example : \documentclass[11pt,twoside,a4paper]{book} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} For more information about 'TikZ' click on the following link : ...
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High-quality LaTeX output format for website display with flexibility

I would like to display a document on my webpage that has a quality of a LaTeX output, such as PDF, PS, DVI. (Plain HTML does not have that quality -- the text is not as "nice" to read.) However, I ...
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Is there a \urlstyle{tt} (or something else) for \href to make it the same font as \url links?

Is there a \urlstyle{tt} (or something else to that effect) for \href to make it the same font as \url links? I'm happy with any monospace font, as long as they both (\url and \href) show up the same. ...
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How to carry long text of \href to the next line while ocgcolorlinks is present?

This simplest code \documentclass[a4paper]{book} \usepackage[ocgcolorlinks]{hyperref} \begin{document} \href{"some URL"}{"long text"} \end{document} by compiling with pdflatex puts the "long ...
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Links do not lead to right pages

The problem is that the links (as well as the PDF bookmarks) of abstract, explanation, CV and appendix do not lead to the right pages. abstract leads to the titlepage and appendix to introduction etc. ...
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How to make a link to a chapter in a local pdf file? [duplicate]

The title is self-explanatory. Anything of that sort \href{run:path/to/file.pdf#chapter2}{go to chapter 2 of file.pdf} ?
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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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How to make a really basic reference?

I'm trying to make a really basic reference. Let's say I have theses lines in my document : Lorem Ipsum ... Lorem Ipsum ... [1] here ... Lorem Ipsum ... Lorem Ipsum ... I want to anywhere in my ...
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Toggle links globally using macro

I'm writing a CV for my wife using moderncv. We're not sure whether her supervisor wants links in the document, so every time a link might be required, I write the text twice: PhD student at the ...
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Hyperref link jumps to the first entry of the bibliography entry rather than to its title [duplicate]

This is a follow-up question to Gonzalo Medina's answer of Bibliography in table of contents. One of his solutions for including the bibliography in the ToC is to use the following code: ...