[OS X TeX] hyperref and endnotes/bibliography

Wolfgang Schmidle Wolfgang.Schmidle at sunderland.ac.uk
Fri Apr 28 07:34:33 EDT 2006

Bruno Voisin schrieb:
> Le 28 avr. 06 à 11:51, Wolfgang Schmidle a écrit :
>> I have made a minimal example now. With "\addcontentsline" at 
>> position A, the toc entry is correct, but hyperref refers to the 
>> wrong page. At position B, hyperref works correctly, but the page in 
>> the toc entry is wrong.
> Sorry, I had missed your original post. I think the solution to your 
> problem is using the (undocumented) \phantomsection command from the 
> hyperref package (at the very end of hyperref.sty). It does not insert 
> any text, but an anchor at the current point in the PDF output. Thus 
> you should write, possibly:
> \phantomsection
> \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{\numberline{}Bibliography} % position A

Thanks Bruno, that solved the problem!

Another thing with hyperref and endnotes: Hyperref recognises footnotes 
but not endnotes, and even with footnotes there is no link from the 
footnote back to the text. Starting with the code from
and using some co from the LaTeX Companion, I wrote the following:

\newcounter{nummer} \setcounter{nummer}{1}


However, this solution is not very convenient as I have to give a unique 
label to every endnote. Is there a better solution?


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