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Hyperref colors

Does anyone know off-hand how to switch off all the colors in hyperref? I don't want to use the "draft" option, since the hyperref links are so useful. But it looks from the not-very-readable documentation here that you have to switch colors separately for each reference. Thanks, Eli 18:04, 14 May 2008 (PDT)

I never have colored links. Maybe that's because I have "colorlinks=false," in my \hypersetup section. Have you tried that? If that fails, I suppose you could try linkcolor=black.
Here is my full \hypersetup:
\hypersetup{
    pdftitle={Modeling spiny dogfish population dynamics\\ in the Northeast Pacific},
    pdfsubject={University of Washington dissertation},
    pdfauthor={Ian G. Taylor},
    pdfkeywords={dogfish Squalus acanthias metapopulation reproductive value},
    pdfpagemode=None,
    plainpages=false,
    pdfstartview=Fit,
    breaklinks=true,
    colorlinks=false,
    pdfhighlight=/N,
    % define colors, even if not used
    linkcolor=blue,
    citecolor=blue,
    urlcolor=blue,
    citebordercolor=1 1 1,
    filebordercolor=1 1 1,
    linkbordercolor=1 1 1,
    menubordercolor=1 1 1,
    pagebordercolor=1 1 1,
    urlbordercolor=1 1 1,
    pdfborder=1 1 1
  }
-Ian 18:20, 14 May 2008 (PDT)
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