Hyperlinks have two main components, the target URL (Internet address), and the text actually displayed for the hyperlink, which might be different from the underlying URL itself. A raw hyperlink will look in this way:
But a hyperlink to the same URL might hide under a popular alias:
In such cases, only the hyperlink alias is displayed directly in the document. The underlying URL is hidden, even though it remains the active part of the hyperlink.
Right-clicking a hyperlink in Atlantis brings up contextual menu commands:
The Copy command places the selected hyperlink onto the Windows clipboard.
You can then paste a clone of the original hyperlink anywhere suitable with Ctrl+V. In this case, the new hyperlink will have the same URL and text as that of the original hyperlink. For example, if the original hyperlink is associated with the URL "http://www.AtlantisWordProcessor.com", and displays "Home site of Atlantis Word Processor", the newly pasted hyperlink will also be associated with the URL "http://www.AtlantisWordProcessor.com", and will also read as "Home site of Atlantis Word Processor".
At times you might want to retain only the raw URL associated with the copied hyperlink. This is achieved with the Paste as environment command (default hot key: Ctrl+Alt+Ins). So to copy/paste the raw URL from a hyperlink,
Finally, you might want to create a list of all the URLs found in a whole document, or in a given fragment.
All the URLs present in the original selection will be listed.