[texhax] hyperref bookmarks problem

Jesús Guillermo Andrade jgandradev at me.com
Wed Nov 4 14:35:40 CET 2009

Dear Bill, Herbert and Ulrike: Thanks a lot for your comments. Im  
attaching an 88kb tgz with a subset of the document with the error.  
since this is going to be my very first publication  made entirely  
with tex and latex I might have overlooked some things that for you  
all could be obvious. At any rate the only thing that might be system  
dependant in this example would be the use of Linux Libertine fonts  
which, I hope, you already have.

After a couple of runs of xelatex, the resulting pdf has a bookmark  
index that resembles the screenshot attached at my first post in the  
thread. I am very grateful for any opinions or suggestions/criticism  
regarding the origin of this strange behaviour.


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PS. The chinese texts do not make any sense at all because those  
characters were not written by me but by xelatex (or tex or something  
in between...). The document is entirely in spanish.

El 04/11/2009, a las 05:06 a.m., Ulrike Fischer escribi?:

> Am Tue, 03 Nov 2009 20:35:20 -0430 schrieb Jes?s Guillermo Andrade:
>> Dear fellows: Eversince I began my work with tex and latex friends I
>> tried to take as much as possible of all the advantages of hyperref.
>> However, it seems that its impossible for me to obtain a "clean"
>> bookmark index with the resulting pdf, since it is cluttered with
>> chinese characters Ithat I have never used in my document. Currently
>> this is my hyperref configuration:
> I have some doubts that the unicode option is needed and works with
> xetex. If this is not the source of the problem:
> Don't sent code snippets. Make a small, complete example that
> demonstrates the problem. As the encoding of the file is important
> in this case, zip the example to avoid that the encoding get mangled
> during the transport.
> -- 
> Ulrike Fischer
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