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In case of IEEE templates, when using the file bib, replaceing the underscore with {\_} should solve the problem. In the case of the question: @misc{code, title = {Code}, url = {https://1drv.ms/link{\_}link} }


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The hyperref package allows that by setting the option pagebackref=true on the package options. Now you just have to use \usepackage[pagebackref=true]{hyperref} https://www.sixhat.net/latex-tip-back-references-in-bibliography.html


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This seems to be viewer specific behavior. (I own neither a Mac nor Mathematica. Instead, I tested this using Windows and an svg file, but that should not make a difference, I think.) \documentclass{article} \usepackage{hyperref} \begin{document} \href{./test.svg}{foo} \href{run:./test.svg}{bar} \end{document} In Overleaf, the links are not clickable....


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