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Which kind of link is it, though? Link objects in Acroabt only have color in their bounding box. Is that what you mean, or is it actually a clickable form field that acts as a link?
It's possible to script a form field so that when it's pressed it will turn purple (including the text in it).
Also, the field will remain purple even after you re-open the file (unless you create a document-level script to make all the links blue when the file is opened.)
Good questions, and this is where I show my ignorance. I really don't get enough of the ins-and-outs to know exactly how LaTeX is producing this pdf.
I've made a small sample and have posted it here (my own site):
Oh, and thanks for thinking about this.
I'm afraid you're out of luck. It's just a transparent link object over blue
You can see it for yourself (if you have access to Acrobat) if you choose the link tool, select the link and
delete it. The text underneath stays blue...
Ah, I see exactly what you're saying. Thanks for clarifying.
Now I can fish for an alternate route...
Did you see the PM I sent you?