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If you write something like

Generic Sallen-Key filter topology. Retrieved from \url{}}

the \url{} in the caption will be a proper link, but it will look like

[[https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/File:Sallen-Key_Generic_Circuit.svg][ Sallen-Key_Generic_Circuit.svg]]

despite being typeset in LaTeX. How do I prevent org-mode from sticking its nose in this section?

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It appears that wrapping the statement in #+BEGIN_LATEX and #+END_LATEX blocks does the trick.

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