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Bug#95086: marked as done (pdftex bug in hyperlinks across page boundaries and footnotes)

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regarding pdftex bug in hyperlinks across page boundaries and footnotes
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Package: tetex-bin
Version: 1.0.7+20001218-3

When processing a texinfo document with pdftex, I noticed an error in the
output.  There is a hyperlink (@pxref command in texinfo) that starts near
the end of a page.  The text is broken to two pages, and there is a
footnote on the first page.

The bugs are:

- also the footnote text is coloured with the hyperlink colour and seems
to be part of the hyperlink
- the second part of the hyperlink text at the top of the following page
is not coloured (but is still part of the hyperlink)

This seems to be a bug in pdftex, since also the following pdflatex input
causes buggy output:

\documentclass[a5paper]{article}
\usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref}
\begin{document}
abc\footnote{def}\hyperlink{ghi}{jkl\newpage mno}
\vskip 30ex
\hypertarget{ghi}{pqrs}
\end{document}

In this output, "abc" is coloured although it shouldn't, "mno" is not
coloured, although it should be, and the footnote text "def" acts as a
hyperlink, although it shouldn't.

With best regards,

Marko Mäkelä



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Version: 2007.dfsg.2-3

On 24.04.01 Marko Mäkelä (msmakela@tcs.hut.fi) wrote:

Hi Marko,

> When processing a texinfo document with pdftex, I noticed an error in the
> output.  There is a hyperlink (@pxref command in texinfo) that starts near
> the end of a page.  The text is broken to two pages, and there is a
> footnote on the first page.
>
> The bugs are:
>
> - also the footnote text is coloured with the hyperlink colour and seems
>   to be part of the hyperlink
> - the second part of the hyperlink text at the top of the following page
>   is not coloured (but is still part of the hyperlink)
>
> This seems to be a bug in pdftex, since also the following pdflatex input
> causes buggy output:
>
> \documentclass[a5paper]{article}
> \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref}
> \begin{document}
> abc\footnote{def}\hyperlink{ghi}{jkl\newpage mno}
> \vskip 30ex
> \hypertarget{ghi}{pqrs}
> \end{document}
>
> In this output, "abc" is coloured although it shouldn't, "mno" is not
> coloured, although it should be, and the footnote text "def" acts as a
> hyperlink, although it shouldn't.
>
Recently I read my EuroBachoTeX 2007 conference proceedings and found
that the color bug has been fixed in pdfTeX 1.40 by introducing
colour stacks. Yes, I can confirm this.
The other bug (hyper link starts to early) is still available. I
openend #493215 against texlive-latex-base as I guess this is an
hyperref bug.

Closing.

H.
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