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Hyperlinks on moderncv not working Adobe Acrobat Pro

So, I know there's already a question about this (Hyperlink in moderncv with acrobat reader) but I have tried the solutions there (updating and security settings) and it still doesn't work and I don't ...
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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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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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Link to Appendix (from anywhere in the document) goes to the wrong place.

I have several chapters and several appendices. I am using the hyperref package, and everything is numbered (all the chapters, appendices, etc...) My appendices also have sections within them and I ...
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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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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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Is there a tex package which allows links syntax for common wikis/wiki syntaxes (MediaWiki, dokuwiki, …)?

I've tried to get around the problem of getting wiki users to do as much as possible in the wiki I'm maintaining and overcome limitations of wiki and HTML markup with LaTeX (this basically means ...
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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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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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Can LaTeX create underlines on mouse hover?

Example created from InDesign Indesign tutorial Can we do this in LaTeX, possibly with an underline as opposed to a text background fill (although in principle anything would be possible)? It's ...
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Have theorems hyperlink to proofs and visa-versa

Using \begin{proof}[Proof of \ref{thm:theoremname}] is an easy way for me to include a hyperlink at the beginning of a proof to the theorem statement that it corresponds to. Is there something similar ...