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Hi,
I have problems with links to sections, subsections etc.: in the index, they appear coloured but are not clickable. I use two PDF readers, Sumatra to view the PDF when the LaTeX file is compiled and Foxit Reader to open the PDF in any other case. So I can exclude any problem related to the PDF viewer. I use to insert every section in this simple way:
Here is my preamble.
I think that there must be some kind of incompatibility in my preamble. I tried various combinations but nothing works. Thank you for any help.
Hi!
I tried running your example and get an error from amsmath:
When I load the txfonts package last, after hyperref, the error disappears and the index is produced correctly.
Hi, thank you for your answer, but it does not work for me.
I also tried to create a new minimal document (index, 1 section, 1 subsection, and only the hyperref package), same result, with 0 errors and 0 warnings: blue links, not clickable. I really don't know what to do now.
This is certainly not the problem. The problem is caused by mathtools (which loads amsmath) and therefore has be loaded before the txfonts package. There are some packages which should be loaded after hyperref, but the aforementioned are not among these.
Please attach the PDF output of this sample document along with its LaTeX source to your next post by upload to the forum server. It seems to me that this is not a LaTeX problem but more one of the viewer. Thorsten LaTeX Community Moderator
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.tex and .pdf uploaded.
I compile the .tex file using LaTeX->DVI->Pdf (it's the only working method for me).
I can comprehend the problem. A solution can be found in an earlier discussion.
Why is that the only possible way for you to compile? Can you elaborate? By the way, the epsfig package is obsolete for a long time. LaTeX Community Moderator
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