Sign up using Email and Password. Email Required, but never shown. If I remove the xetex option and the import of fontspec , both work, but then I can’t choose the fonts I want in my real document. Thus, in RTL text the commands get reversed and actually end up in the correct order. Learn how your comment data is processed. In this post I present some preliminary workarounds that enable the user to use the hyperref package with Hebrew and possibly other RTL languages. But if I try to combine them, I get the following error message:
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Getting Hyperref to Work with Hebrew (in XeTeX)
Xelatfx with xelatex, clicking the green node doesn’t take me to the third page, but clicking the text link green text below, “This is a link” does. When trying to compile such document with pdfTex it throws errors like:. I followed the recipe at https: This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
It works fine in most cases, but I’m having problems with one file hyperrsf imports the hyperret package. The hyperref package is notoriously known to cause problem with RTL text, which unfortunately include Hebrew.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The jyperref links work when built with lualatex, but don’t seem to work when built with with xelatex at all — hyperrec they do render to the screen as expected the green overlay on the node is to demonstrate that hyperlink node is being invoked, it’ll go away when I’m not debugging.
What do I do to make the hyperlink node work correctly when building with xelatex? If I remove the xetex option and the import of fontspecboth work, but then I can’t choose the fonts I want in my real document.
There is a xetex hyperrf.
Xelatex error when compiling a file referencing both hyperref and listings – LaTeX4technics
So in your case this means that latexmk is not using XeLaTeX for processing your document. Why does this work in lualatex but not xelatex, and what can I do about it? There is a xetex option for hyperrefbut it’s recommended not using it.
Longborough Feb 27 ’12 at But if I try to combine them, I get the following error message: Notice that the same holds for other commonly used packages whose behavior changes depending on the engine and driver used: Looks like a nice solution. Email Required, but never shown. Here’s a minimal example:. Longborough Feb 29 ’12 at I had no success, yet, to port the workaround to pdfTeX, which is more popular. In some cases it’s necessary to pass hyperref an explicit driver option, but not when using.
In this post I present some preliminary workarounds that enable the user to use the hyperref package with Hebrew and possibly other RTL languages. How do I combine these requirements? Notify me of follow-up comments by email. You should insert hyperef following code to your preamble in order to enable the workaround.
But this was very much “monkey fingerpoken”, I admit. Both hyperlinks work when I build the PDF with lualatex. Sign up using Email and Password.
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