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I am using biblatex to generate a bibliography and using hyperref for clickable links. I want to set a reference to a website. Let's say Ansys' one using the @online class. So my .bib file would contain something like this:

@online{ansysTag,
    title = {ANSYS Studio},
    url = {https://ansys.com/},
    urldate = {2020-04-01}
}

I would like to get rid of the 'https' in the printed bibliography as it looks unaesthetic and useless. Similarly to this problem. But if I get rid of the https in the url field, the link is not clickable anymore. I tried replacing it by \href{https://ansys.com/}{ansys.com} but this would not work either.

Is there a simpler solution ? Thanks.

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