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ID 17 Closed (fixed) glossaries 3.0.4 N/A nohypertypes option not recognized

## Report

I am trying to use the option nohypertypes={acronym} when loading the package, but latex says that it is an unknown option. I looked at the code and could not find any mention to that option, though it is described in the user manual.

As far as I remember, \GlsDeclareNoHyperList doesn't work, too.

### MWE

\documentclass[final,titlepage,a4paper,12pt]{article}
\usepackage{hyperref}

\usepackage[nomain,acronym,nohypertypes={acronym},shortcuts]{glossaries}
\makeglossaries
\newacronym{http}{HTTP}{HyperText Transfer Protocol}
\begin{document}
In order to access a web, you need to use the \ac{http} protocol.
\end{document}

## Evaluation

I'm sorry, I must have forgotten to add that code. I've added the nohypertypes package option and \GlsDeclareNoHyperList command to version 3.05.

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