I am using the free version of the latest adobe acrobat. I am using a cloud (ie hosted) version of Confluence (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confluence_(software)) which is a commercial wiki that uses its own markup language. There are a number of latex plugins for confluence - I do not use any of these.
I have a latex document which I compile.
When this compiles to a PDF it shows a reference which contains a hyperlink of the form:
[*] bob, 2013. article name. 1:1, [[url]PDF[/url]]
where the PDF is a hyperlink to a file location.
When I copy the output reference above and paste into confluence (or indeed a word document) the hyperlink underlying PDF is lost. I want to retain it.
I was wondering if there was a way to compile the PDF such that when it is copied and pasted into confluence I could retain the hyperlink under PDF.
Are there any packages for latex which I could compile with which would allow me to do this?
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