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Aug
15
revised Logic games using TeX
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Aug
15
comment Logic games using TeX
@DavidCarlisle Well, home field advantage! ;-)
Aug
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
15
revised Logic games using TeX
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Aug
15
answered Logic games using TeX
Aug
9
comment Override default cite tooltip
You can use your own marker like a tiny question mark. This should at least work with a double click to open the text box. See my edit.
Aug
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revised Override default cite tooltip
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Aug
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revised Override default cite tooltip
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Aug
8
comment Override default cite tooltip
For a more subtle appearance, you can use empty and invisible PDF Markup Highlight annotations. See my edit!
Aug
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revised Override default cite tooltip
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Aug
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comment Override default cite tooltip
The appearance and size of the icons depends on the viewer. Different viewers have different sets of icons.
Aug
6
comment Override default cite tooltip
BTW, in AR I don't see a tooltip at all with your original example. The 'Go to page 1' seems to be an addition of Preview. For now hyperref does not add tooltips to hyperlink annotations.
Aug
6
comment Override default cite tooltip
Well, i'm not sure what you mean. But the link is the PDF annotation. The annotation defines a clickable area, which 'overlays' the page. These annoations have different 'actions', like 'jump to' (hyperlink) or to show a tooltip. If you have two annotations at the same place, one is necessarily on top of the other. In theory, it should be possible to redefine the internals of hyperref to add a tooltip. Then you would need a very smart interface for the autogenerated hyperlinks. Maybe it's possible by redefing quite big parts of hyperref.
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revised Override default cite tooltip
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Aug
6
answered Override default cite tooltip
Jul
30
revised Best practice of (technically) preparing files (on Windows systems) for CTAN
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Jul
30
revised Best practice of (technically) preparing files (on Windows systems) for CTAN
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Jul
30
answered Best practice of (technically) preparing files (on Windows systems) for CTAN
Jul
20
accepted How to “\DoNotIndex \,” in a dtx file?
Jul
20
comment How to “\DoNotIndex \,” in a dtx file?
@karlkoeller Wow, that's spooky, this really works! I didn't try this, because i thought this will never ever work! ;-)