Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-20 Thread Paul A . Rubin
ehud.kaplan ehud.kaplan at gmail.com writes:

 Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
 Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?

Thought I'd responded, but apparently not. Yes, I fear it's either Read The Fine
Manual or get friendly with Google (or a combination of the two). Fortunately,
documentation for most LaTeX packages is mercifully brief (at least, if you skip
the implementation details and just look at the how to use it stuff), and comes
with the packages.

Paul





Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-20 Thread Paul A . Rubin
ehud.kaplan ehud.kaplan at gmail.com writes:

 Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
 Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?

Thought I'd responded, but apparently not. Yes, I fear it's either Read The Fine
Manual or get friendly with Google (or a combination of the two). Fortunately,
documentation for most LaTeX packages is mercifully brief (at least, if you skip
the implementation details and just look at the how to use it stuff), and comes
with the packages.

Paul





Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-20 Thread Paul A . Rubin
ehud.kaplan  gmail.com> writes:

> Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
> Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?

Thought I'd responded, but apparently not. Yes, I fear it's either Read The Fine
Manual or get friendly with Google (or a combination of the two). Fortunately,
documentation for most LaTeX packages is mercifully brief (at least, if you skip
the implementation details and just look at the how to use it stuff), and comes
with the packages.

Paul





Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-11 Thread ehud.kaplan

Perfect-- that did it.  Thanks a lot, Paul.
Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?
Yours,
Ehud Kaplan

On 05/10/2012 10:33 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

UDehud.kaplanat  gmail.com  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul



--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor
*Director*, The laboratory of Visual  Computational Neuroscience
*Director*, Center for Excellence in Computational  Systems Neuroscience
/Friedman Brain Institute/
Departments of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Structural  Chemical Biology,
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place,
NY, NY, 10029


Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-11 Thread ehud.kaplan

Perfect-- that did it.  Thanks a lot, Paul.
Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?
Yours,
Ehud Kaplan

On 05/10/2012 10:33 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

UDehud.kaplanat  gmail.com  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul



--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor
*Director*, The laboratory of Visual  Computational Neuroscience
*Director*, Center for Excellence in Computational  Systems Neuroscience
/Friedman Brain Institute/
Departments of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Structural  Chemical Biology,
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place,
NY, NY, 10029


Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-11 Thread ehud.kaplan

Perfect-- that did it.  Thanks a lot, Paul.
Incidentally, where does one find out about all these wonders?
Do we have to do the unthinkable and read a manual?
Yours,
Ehud Kaplan

On 05/10/2012 10:33 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

UD  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
"colored" black.

Paul



--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness/ Professor
*Director*, The laboratory of Visual & Computational Neuroscience
*Director*, Center for Excellence in Computational & Systems Neuroscience
/Friedman Brain Institute/
Departments of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Structural & Chemical Biology,
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place,
NY, NY, 10029


Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
UD ehud.kaplan at gmail.com writes:

 
 
 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan
   

Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul



Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Alex Vergara Gil


El 10/05/2012 08:33 a.m., Paul A. Rubin escribió:

UDehud.kaplanat  gmail.com  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul

I think Mr. Ehud means to have the citation in one color i.e black as 
you suppose, but the URL in another color i.e blue as in:


some authors, title, publication, available at _http://somewhere.com_

I agree that the full citation should be clickable.

Alex




Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
UD ehud.kaplan at gmail.com writes:

 
 
 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan
   

Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul



Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Alex Vergara Gil


El 10/05/2012 08:33 a.m., Paul A. Rubin escribió:

UDehud.kaplanat  gmail.com  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
colored black.

Paul

I think Mr. Ehud means to have the citation in one color i.e black as 
you suppose, but the URL in another color i.e blue as in:


some authors, title, publication, available at _http://somewhere.com_

I agree that the full citation should be clickable.

Alex




Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
UD  gmail.com> writes:

> 
> 
> Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
> citations?
> When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
> citations are colored and are clickable.
> Thanks,
> Ehud Kaplan
>   

Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
"colored" black.

Paul



Re: color url ONLY

2012-05-10 Thread Alex Vergara Gil


El 10/05/2012 08:33 a.m., Paul A. Rubin escribió:

UD  writes:



 Is there a way to color (and make clickable) only URLs, but not
 citations?
 When I use the Document/Settings/PDF properties, both URLs and
 citations are colored and are clickable.
 Thanks,
 Ehud Kaplan


Assuming your text is black, you can add 'citecolor=black' as an additional
option for hyperref.  Citations will still be clickable, but they'll be
"colored" black.

Paul

I think Mr. Ehud means to have the citation in one color i.e black as 
you suppose, but the URL in another color i.e blue as in:


some authors, title, publication, available at _http://somewhere.com_

I agree that the full citation should be clickable.

Alex