I’ve just tweaked some of the formatting to make the links a bit more obvious in the text, namely by adding dotted underlines. I still differentiate them by color, but I myself was having trouble seeing the links. The underlining definitely makes things more busy looking, and I’m not sure I like that. Nevertheless, I’ll live with it for a while. An alternative is to get rid of the underlining but be more assertive with the color difference (or by emboldening). If you have any strong opinions on this, please add a comment. Thanks.
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