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How can I use mathematical symbols and other special characters in URLs in footnotes?

I want to footnote a URL which contains mathematical signs such as = and LaTeX asks me for a $ sign to take it to mathematical space (and therefore changing the font which is not suitable). How should ...
0
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1answer
58 views

How to change the font of a URL from \ttfamily to Euclid? [duplicate]

I would like to include a clickable URL in a text written in LaTeX. For that I included the package hyperref. The result obtained by \url gives a clickable link written in \ttfamily (the default ...
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1answer
327 views

MiKTeX Update: Error `\textfont is undefined` with Package `url`

The following MWE does not compile with XeLaTeX anymore after a MiKTeX update today: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \setromanfont[Path=./]{LinLibertine_R.otf} \usepackage{url} ...
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1answer
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How to change the font of URL in the bibliography [duplicate]

When using the natbib package the URLs are printed and formatted in the bibliography in a different font from the rest of the document which looks nasty i.e. monospace Typewriter. I am having ...
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0answers
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Changing formatting URL biblatex verbose stile parentheses and Times New Roman Font [duplicate]

I am writing my thesis and I have some problems with the URL reference notes. I am using the verbose footcite package. I did some changes to the style but I still have problems with the URL's in ...
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Problem with use \url - metric (TFM) file not found [closed]

I try to write an article in LaTeX using texmaker on ubuntu. I use many packages including: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
5
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398 views

different font while using url

I'm having troubles while using the url command in my bibliography. I mean: 1) \bibitem{[8]} ...
6
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1answer
669 views

How can I change the @ symbol in e-mail addresses?

I use \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \href{mailto:e.xmaple@example.com}{e.xmaple@example.com} \end{document} This way I can write an email address, but I don't like ...
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What is a good font for URLs to go with Palatino for the main text?

I'm looking for a nice font to use for my \url{...}s that goes well with Palatino. Courier does not look good at all. It's much too light. Helvetica (scaled .92) looks pretty good, but the ~ looks ...
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Typeset URL in a non-typewriter font

I use \usepackage{url} and \url{…} to typeset URLs, but the typewriter font stands out a little too much. How can I have the URLs typeset in a different font?