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You have to redefine the command \pagedeclaration defined by \nomencl. Please note that the original definition of \pagedeclaration depends on your selected language. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[refpage]{nomencl} \usepackage[pageanchor]{hyperref} \def\pagedeclaration#1{, \hyperlink{page.#1}{page\nobreakspace#1}} \makenomenclature \begin{document} ...


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Manual additions to a Toc (or LoF/LoT etc) via \addcontentsline often require a \phantomsection statement for correct linking, as well as for the bookmarks. A more elaborate way would apply the \phantomsection command in \silentsection... \documentclass[oneside]{scrbook} \usepackage{hyperref,scrpage2} \newcommand*\silentsection[1]{% ...


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Here's the solution that worked for me (based on Heiko's and michal's replies). \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[xindy]{imakeidx} \usepackage[hyperindex=false]{hyperref} \def\xindyopt{-M indexstyle} \makeindex[options=\xindyopt] \begin{filecontents*}{indexstyle.xdy} (require "page-ranges.xdy") (define-location-class ...


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If you upgrade to the latest version of glossaries (v4.09 at time of writing), you can hook into the mechanism that sets the default value of the hyper key when using an entry. Here's a simple example that just disables the hyperlink for a specific entry (ut): \documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \usepackage{glossaries} ...



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