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comment Author cite miss in own bst file
@BonSai, I guess you already found it out: Just enable the green big check symbol close to the beginning of my answer, at the left-hand side. :)
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comment Author cite miss in own bst file
@BonSai, if my solution worked to you, then you should "accept" it. That is how this site works.
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comment Author cite miss in own bst file
@Mico, honestly, I can't answer that. But I think the problem the PO has is somehow related to what I said in my answer. Let us see what he says. I mean, my answer could solve the issue with \citeauthor, but \citet should work well also with numbers option. Anyway, I think he has to run makebst again in any case.
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comment Author cite miss in own bst file
@Mico, you are partially right. See my answer to the question. I am going to edit it right now.
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answered Author cite miss in own bst file
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comment Author cite miss in own bst file
@Mico, well, there is a possible way to solve that. In the natbib documentation they explain it (see Section 3 in osl.ugr.es/CTAN/macros/latex/contrib/natbib/natbib.pdf).
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accepted Inserting an external page before front matter using its own page counter
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revised Inserting an external page before front matter using its own page counter
This was sort of duplicate!
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comment Inserting an external page before front matter using its own page counter
@Johannes_B, yes I knew it was redundant. Nevertheless, I usually keep those sentences there in order to remind me of that (or just in case the behaviour of frontmatter or mainmatter changed in the future).
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comment Inserting an external page before front matter using its own page counter
@Johannes_B, the point is that when you don't print but instead open the file with a PDF viewer, the program usually shows you the number of the page you are watching, and there is where I wanted 'C1' and 'C2' to appear. It is true that reseting the page counter when front matter starts was not a problem, as it is the normal behaviour. Thank you for the link!
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revised Inserting an external page before front matter using its own page counter
Improved solution.
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