On 10/02/2011 08:00 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> Use \addfs{url} to disable the onus feature.

Many thanks, Wolfgang.

This fixed the problem.

>>>> After having to write the second url, I began to think it was
>>>> unnecessarily complex.
>> [...]
>> But I guess it might be a question of habits.
> Move the preamble in a external environment file, you can then switch
> between both without scrolling up and down.

I think that it is a question of personal preference and practice.

But I find it distracting (when not disturbing) to be forced to move
when writing a text because of a website location.

I tend to consider it as any other element such as a title, an
emphasized text, a quote in German or a Latin or ancient Greek expression.

One of the main capabilities of TeX is separating text from presentation
and enabling the focus on one of the elements. Having to define
segregated URLs in the document preamble seems to as the opposite to
this approach.

Many thanks for your help,

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