None of the three option below worked, using Chrome.
I want the reader to click on the link so a PDF is opened. We do not want to attached files, just use links:
file:///V:\WIP\Jigs and fixtures\T-011 - SCS PIR motion sensor tester\PDF\Stocko subboard with edge connection - WDP001403.PDF (appears in blue)
V:\WIP\Jigs and fixtures\T-011 - SCS PIR motion sensor tester\PDF\Stocko subboard with edge connection - WDP001403.PDF (appears in black)
file:///V:/WIP/Jigs%20and%20fixtures/T-011%20-%20SCS%20PIR%20motion%20sensor%20tester/PDF/Stocko%20subboard%20with%20edge%20connection%20-%20WDP001403.PDF (appears in blue)
Be aware that Chrome blocks these links by default - you might need to install an extension to allow it (e.g. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/locallinks/jllpkdkcdjndhggodimiphkghogcpida)
In the JIRA comment, try putting the file locations inside square brackets.
Your question title mentions 'user name', though. Is that a typo or do you want to know how to mention users as well?
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