Traversing hyperlinks means you view or jump to the linked quotations. To do so:
Double-click on a hyperlink.
A window pops showing you the content of the linked quotation.
To view the content of the linked quotation, select the option Go to Quotation.
Alternatively, you can also use 'Ctrl + double-click' to immediately jump to a linked quotation.
You can modify existing hyperlinks, i.e. cutting a link, flipping (reversing) a link, or changing the relation at various places.
In the margin area, you can unlink or change the direction of a hyperlink:
Right-click on a hyperlink in the margin area and select either the Unlink, or the Reverse option from the context menu.
In the Hyperlin
In the Hyperlink Manager, you can unlink or change the direction of a hyperlink, or change the relation.
To open the Hyperlink Manager, go to the Home tab, and click on the Links button.
By default the Link Manger shows the code-code links. To change to hyperlinks, click on the Hyperlinks button on the right-hand side of the ribbon.
To modify a hyperlink, select it, right-click and chose one of the following options: Cut, Flip or Change Relation from the context menu.
See also Links Manager.
Modifying Hyperlinks in the Netwo
Open a network on a hyperlink, e.g. right-click and select Open Network from the context menu, or click on the Open Network button in the ribbon. See Ad-hoc networks.
In the network editor, right click on a link label and select one of the following options: Flip Link, Cut Link or Change Relation from the context menu.
For more information see Linking Nodes.
The links between quotations use fully qualified relations, like the links between codes. As a hyperlink is a "first-class" entity, you can write a dedicated comment for each hyperlink.
Such a comment could explain why quotation A has been linked to quotation B. Link comments can be accessed, displayed and edited from three locations: the margin area, the Hyperlink Manager and the Network Editor.
The margin area has the advantage that it is readily available during scrolling through the documents.
The network editor method offers a visual approach to accomplishing this goal.
Right-click a hyperlink in the margin and select the option: Edit Hyperlink Comment.
Editing a Hyperlink Comment in the Hyperlin
Open the Hyperlink Manager.
Select a hyperlink. Edit the comment in text pane below the link list.
Right-click and select the Edit Comment option in the context menu, or click on the Editor comment button in the ribbon to open a text editor.
Editing a Hyperlink Comment in
Open a network on a hyperlink, e.g. right-click and select Open Network from the context menu, or click on the Open Network button in the ribbon. See also Ad-hoc networks.
Move the mouse pointer to the link between two quotations, right-click and select Edit Comment.
Creating New Relations for H
New relations can be defined in the Relation Manager. See Creating New Relations. The procedure for defining or editing hyperlink relations is equivalent to defining or editing code-code relations.