AW: [pdftex] problems with natbib and hyperref
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Fri Mar 11 20:33:51 CET 2005
--- "Daly Dr., Patrick" <daly at linmpi.mpg.de> wrote:
> As the author of natbib, I point out that this is
> not a bug but a feature.
I spent a lot of time to get knowing the correlation
between the two things (natbib x hyperref), and when a
got knowing this I just thought: sure, if one compress
the reference citations some hyperlinks will be lost.
But for the result I'm interested, the best choice is
just compress together with the hyperlinks.
> With hyperref, the citations are links, but if you
> compress the multiple
> citation, say to 3-10, then the links to refs
> 4,5,6,7,8,9 are missing. For
> that reason I deliberately suppressed the
> compression option when hyperref is
> loaded. Many people complain about this.
> I could consider changing this if popular opinion
> really desires it, and
> people are willing to live with missing links.
I think you could (to make user's life easier) or put
a option (together with all the others),
or in the easier way do a coment in the documentation
about the existence of hypernat.
> Patrick Daly
thank you very much
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: pdftex-bounces at tug.org im Auftrag von Wendel
> Gesendet: Mo 07.03.2005 20:38
> An: pdftex at tug.org
> Betreff: [pdftex] problems with natbib and hyperref
> hello list members...
> i've been havin problems with natbit and hyperref,
> such as when i use natbib sort&compress option
> together with hyperref, it sorts, but doesn't
> compress. i find in www that this is a known
> but the possible solutions proposed doesn't work
> my case (i don't know why). if someone else have
> this problem once and has any solution, please
> us to know.
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