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Go to wikipedia and copy its URL as such; then add \ before each %: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \url{http://www.wikiwand.com/pl/Prawo_Lewisa-Mogridge\%E2\%80\%99a} \end{document} EDIT 1 Instead of \url, you can use \href, in case you want the hyperlink: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} ...

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(Really non-expert answer.) That's because Sublime Text expects utf8 encoded files, and in TeXShop you have it configured to save them with “applemac”. So, apart from \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} you need to save the file with utf8 encoding.

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Since I was playing around with it 9 months after I asked the question, and developed a different approach, I will post it here. It achieves the result by making upper- or lower-cased characters active and then redefining them in the other lettercase. It achieves the goal of the question, which was "I want to pass a macro the letter {S}, and have it ...

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I think this is a bug in hyperref, as ğ prints correctly. A horrible kludge to solve it is to use @UNPUBLISHED{ldk, author={{Ubuntu Community}}, title={Linux da\u{g}{\i}t{\i}mlar{\i} k{\i}lavuzu}, note={URL: \url{http://wiki.ubuntu-tr.net/index.php?title=Linux_da%C4%9F%C4%B1t%C4%B1mlar%C4%B1_k%C4%B1lavuzu}}, month={Accessed: 6 October}, ...

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