The links will show in blue when you save your thesis as a pdf file.
I use Miktex and typeset my document using pdflatex, bib, pdflatex, pdflatex.
Unfortunately, the code that fixed that issue had unexpected side effects when using \ref and \autoref with chapter and section titles, regardless of their lengths.
This release fixes the spacing issue in a safer way.
These templates, many provided by the university themselves as official layout guidelines, include sections for you to add all the relevant author information (your university, department, supervisor, year, etc) along with placeholder chapters for your introduction, background, method, results, conclusion / discussion, references and appendices.
The template provided at https://github.com/novoid/La Te X-KOMA-template with some minor corrections/updates.
Title Page, Committee Page, Acknowledgements, Abstract, Table of Contents, List of Tables, List of Figures, Chapters, Top Margins, Pagination (Roman and Arabic Numerals), References, Appendices, and Vita.
Students should format their thesis or dissertation to follow the guidelines contained within the model document.
Please note that SFU Library does not provide technical support for La Te X users.
However, the Library has worked with previous SFU graduate students to provide a template and La Te X class that sets your thesis according to SFU's Requirements & format before submission.