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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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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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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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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 ...