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|Summary||Facilitate to set hyperfirst as a local setting|
ReportHello, I noticed, that for acronyms, I don't like to have a hyper reference in first (full displayed) use. But for entries of the main glossary, I would like to have them. Unfortunately, this is just a global setting. It would be nice, or to make hyperfirst local or just to switch it of for first used acronyms. See http://tex.stackexchange.com/q/127702/32245 and http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/99889/32245.
Thanks for a great package and your efforts.
EvaluationAs per your comment on TeX.SX I've added a note in the documentation to glossaries v4.0. I'll close this feature request as "Implemented" once I've uploaded v4.0 to CTAN.
I've now uploaded glossaries version 4.0 to CTAN.
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