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If you help biblatex and hyperref figure out which protocol (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, ...) to use, you should be fine. DOIs appear correctly since biblatex turns the raw doi into the proper hyperlink itself. So the obvious solution is to always specify the protocol properly as in @misc{Hohn.2013, author = {Höhn, Hans-Joachim}, title = {Theologie als ...

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Are you allowed to load the url package, though? If so, encase the URL in a \url{...} macro. Issue the instruction \urlstyle{rm} to ensure that the font used for the URL string is the same as the main text font. The following code compiles equally well under pdfLaTeX, XeLaTeX, and LuaLaTeX. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{url} \urlstyle{rm} % roman ...

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The appearance of citation call-outs is affected by the chosen bibliography style only if no citation management package is in use. Which citation management package, if any, are you working with? If you're working with the natbib package, try loading it with the options numbers and square. I.e., type \usepackage[numbers,square]{natbib} in the ...

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Some suggestions: use the lite version \usepackage[draft]{hyperref} add a question mark after a link 網址：http://www.google.com/?。 add some invalid unicode character or special characters like zero width space. do the formatting your self. (why not? just two)

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When you do Insert --> URL the corresponding function is shown briefly in the status bar at the bottom of the LyX window, and it is flex-insert URL Note that it is case-sensitive.

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