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None of the answers helped me out. My long url was placed in a footnote. After searching around I found a working solution here. In my preamble: \usepackage{hyperref} \def\UrlBreaks{\do\/\do-} The last line instructs the url-package which is loaded with the hyperref-package to additionally break at the characters / and -. The option breaklinks=true in ...

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Even if the urls are turned off at TOC, they may appear in other places like the headers. Hence it is better to use the optional argument of \section \documentclass{article} \usepackage[% unicode, colorlinks=true, linkcolor=blue, urlcolor=blue, citecolor=blue]% {hyperref} \begin{document} \tableofcontents ...

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A penalty of 10000 forbids breaks. Set the penalties to smaller values: \documentclass[fontsize=12pt,paper=a4,]{scrartcl} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage{biblatex} \addbibresource{bib.bib} \setcounter{biburlnumpenalty}{100} \setcounter{biburllcpenalty}{100} \setcounter{biburlucpenalty}{100} ...

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As I hinted in a comment, even if Sharelatex allows to use lualatex as compiler for your documents, it does not allow network connections from luatex code. I performed the following test: Wrote the following testing file, which attempts a connection to Google Geocoding API to get a JSON containing geocoding information about the location "1600 Amphitheatre ...

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My feeling is that luaotfload makes LuaTeX ignore the choice of stylistic sets when the font is used in math mode. In order to prove my claim, I did \mathcode=\numexpr"7000+\mathcode\relax and tried $\mathtt{`}$, which resulted in the curly backquote no matter what stylistic set in used in the definition of the mono font. Note that url typesets the ...

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since the purpose of this code is simply to list out the web sites, i have two suggestions: forget align*. instead use the enumerate environment and enter the urls with \verb+...+ as suggested by R. Schumacher. as previous, but instead of \verb, add \usepackage{url} and enter the site addresses as \url{...}. enumerate will take care of numbering and ...

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\documentclass{article} \usepackage{url} \usepackage{pgffor} \usepackage{xparse} \usepackage{xstring} \usepackage[colorlinks=true]{hyperref} \NewDocumentCommand{\FormatLinks}{% s% #1 =* not used yet O{}% #2 = optional title m% #3 = Mandatory title m% #4 = URL Link }{% \par \hspace*{1.0cm}\href{#4}{#3\IfValueT{#2}{~#2}}% }% ...

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A minimal example reproducing the error is: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \footnote{\href{http://whatever}} \end{document} The solution: hyperref's \href has two arguments: \href{URL}{text}. Either use both or use \url{URL}: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} ...

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\href can be redefined locally: \begingroup \renewcommand*{\href}[2]{#2} \tableofcontents \endgroup

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hyperref does a better job at managing line-breaks in URLs: \documentclass[11pt,letterpaper]{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \hypersetup{ hidelinks, % Remove visible links altogether %urlbordercolor = 1 1 1% Make URL link border white } \begin{document} \url{http://google.com} blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah ...

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The macro \biburlsetup sets \Urlmuskip to 0mu plus 3mu, which is responsible for the space stretching. Here's a way for reverting the choice, but of course you'll get an underfull line. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[margin=1in,paperheight=3in]{geometry} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @Book{Example, author={Authorson, ...

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Because you gave no MWE I had to guess. I used paper=A6 to simulate your column. \documentclass[paper=A6]{scrartcl} \usepackage[hyphens]{url} \makeatletter \g@addto@macro{\UrlBreaks}{\UrlOrds\do\r\do\u\do\b\do\i} \makeatother \usepackage{showframe} % to show typing area and margins \begin{document} text ...

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The question is tagged with hyperref, then \nolinkurl is the counterpart of \url without link. If hyperref is not used, then the link is probably created by the PDF viewer, which uses a heuristics to detect links in text.

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\documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[hyphens]{url} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{fouriernc} \begin{document} This is a {\def\UrlBreaks{\do\y}% \url{http://reallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallylongurl}} which \LaTeX\ will be unhappy about. So, how can we split this in the best way? Here is another one which I don't ...

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From the url documentation: You can allow some spacing around the breakable characters by assigning \Urlmuskip = 0mu plus 1mu (with mu units because of math mode). In your case it seems to don't suffice, so you can try with: \Urlmuskip=0mu plus 2mu MWE: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...

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I would recommend against trying to import data directly into LaTeX from a REST/JSON API. This would in any case require outside tools as LaTeX cannot open network connections. I'd suggest to use a language like Python or Ruby to query the API and to transform the JSON data into something that is easier to process with LaTeX. A great tool for transforming ...

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Not sure I'd use xstring if you already have l3 and pgf loaded but anyway: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{url} \usepackage{pgffor} \usepackage{xparse} \usepackage{xstring} \usepackage[colorlinks=true]{hyperref} \NewDocumentCommand{\FormatLinks}{% s% #1 =* not used yet O{}% #2 = optional title m% #3 = Mandatory title m% #4 = URL ...

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I ran into the same issue with Adobe Acrobat 9 and Acrobat X Pro on two different computers. Strangely, I did not encounter an error using TeXstudio's internal PDF viewer -- the links work as is. I started with this MWE based on the one in the question: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{moderncv} \moderncvtheme[grey]{classic} \firstname{Test} \familyname{Test} ...

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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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You have two errors in your hack. First, you leave urldate on stack after your if$statement. This is how you get two dates. You need to use this instance with swap$ instead of putting the third instance of urldate on stack: FUNCTION {format.urldate} { urldate duplicate$empty$ { pop$"" } { "~(Accessed: " swap$ * ")" * } if} However, if ... 3 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 ... 3 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 ... 3 This was done on a smaller scale for a map of Hawaii using a 20x20 grid. For the final version you set the opacity of the map to 1. I find using a checkerboard background helps when aligning links to the map. Using a \parbox instead of tikz \matrix is much faster. I stole the map from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/hawaii/map.GIF and ... 3 \url comes from package url (loaded by hyperref). \urlstyle configures the font. The same font: \urlstyle{same} This means, no special font is set and the current font is used for the URL. Other pre-defined styles: \urlstyle{rm}: The font \rmfamily is used. \urlstyle{sf}: The font \sffamily is used. \urlstyle{tt}: This is the default: \ttfamily. See ... 3 You can achieve it by testing if doi is empty inside the function format.url. Replace your format.url by the following: FUNCTION {format.url} { doi empty { url duplicate$empty$ { pop$"" } { "\urlprefix\url{" swap$ * "}" * } if$} { "" } if$ }

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The recently developed Bibulous project handles this directly. For article-type entries in a *.bib file, an example template definition is the following:: article = <au>, \enquote{<title>,} <journal>, <volume>: [<startpage>--<endpage>|<startpage>|<eid>|] (<year>).[ <doi>| <url>| <isbn>| ...

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The Basics: As you are missing some of the basics, I extended my answer a bit. biblatex works like this: You have the information about your references in a .bib text file. This is the project.bib you seem to have created with JabRef. You load the package with \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} In you document, you can refer to your sources with ...

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This is a bit simplified, so please don't tell me it isn't quite this straightforward and that Biblatex can also roast your coffee beans while Biber de-fleas the dog. This is a crude overview. For details of Biber's pet-grooming features, the interested reader is respectfully referred to the manual. To create a bibliography using the Biblatex package and ...

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The penalties are not used in a bibitem, but only in \biburlsetup which is done at the begin of the bibliography. If you want to change the settings for one bibitem, you should call the url setup again: \AtEveryBibitem{% \ifcategory{badbreaks} {\defcounter{biburllcpenalty}{9000}\biburlsetup} {}} Output with OP MWE (\def\mybiburlval{0}):

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