[pdftex] Undocumented hyperref commands

Jean-Christophe Dubacq jean-christophe.dubacq at ens-lyon.org
Wed Jul 21 08:06:56 CEST 2004

On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 12:09:48AM +0100, Roboco Sanchez wrote:
> It's mentioned in manual.pdf that it's to be used together with
> \hypertarget. But as I was asking, \hyperlink's used alone. I'd like
> to know what else I can put in there. For example, I happened to try:
> \hyperlink{section.5.2}{where are you taking me to?}
> and found that it jumped to Section 5.2. But I couldn't find anywhere
> in the manual that I could put "section.5.2" in that bracket so that I
> could jump to Section 5.2 of the document by clicking the link.

That is because you use hyperref, and hyperref does automatically add
\hypertarget to various things (including numbered headers). Reading the
code of hyperref is a bit difficult, tough, so I guess you are stuck.
In any case, hyperref is the culprit.

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