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I try to write footnote in my file as

\footnote{http://chasen.org/\~taku/software/yamcha/}

But the tilde is compiled as /∼ in my web browser. So it can not reach the webpage.

I tried using package URL as following, but the same problem occurs.

\footnote{\url{http://chasen.org/\~taku/software/yamcha/}}

Any suggestion ?

marked as duplicate by Maarten Dhondt, Mico, Romain Picot, Johannes_B, egreg Jun 20 '16 at 8:35

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  • It sounds like a font issue to me. Try to save the tex-file in unicode format, and maybe add \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} in your code. Url should treat ~ as a letter so \url{http://bla.bla.bla/~home/test} should work. – StefanH Jun 20 '16 at 7:57
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With package url use:

\footnote{\url{http://chasen.org/~taku/software/yamcha/}}

and not \~, which is a command for the tilde as accent, eg \~n

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