I want to list the original author first and then the reviser. However, I totally lost the first author by using the following code. Is there a good way to fix this, please? Thank you!




\author{S. S}
\author{Revised by T. H and X. S}


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    How clever do you want to be? The unclever way is: \author{S. S\\[6pt] Revised by T. H. and X. S}. But there are better ways.... – jon Feb 13 '15 at 4:38
  • I actually tried this just now. But the second line became italic, which is not what I want. OK, I figured it out by using \textup. But what are the better ways you mentioned. – LaTeXFan Feb 13 '15 at 4:40
  • Do you load any packages that affect the output of the \author macro? The second author line does not become italicized in the example code you gave if @jon's suggestion is implemented. – Mico Feb 13 '15 at 5:18
  • That might be the case. I used a dozen of packages in fact. – LaTeXFan Feb 13 '15 at 5:33
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    \author defines the author list: it's not additive. That's the defined behaviour! – Joseph Wright Feb 13 '15 at 7:10

One solution is to add to the existing \@maketitle command.

\def\@maketitle{% <-- NB this is the definition from article.cls; it may well not work (well) with other classes!
  \vskip 2em%
  \let \footnote \thanks
    {\LARGE \@title \par}%
    \vskip 1.5em%
      \lineskip .5em%
        \@author\\ % <-- the \\ is added
        \@redactor%  <-- added; you could put the string 'Revised by' here, but it is less flexible
    \vskip 1em%
    {\large \@date}%
  \vskip 1.5em}

% Note: I'm inclined to include 'metadata' in the preamble, but it is not required in this case....
\author{S. S}
\redactor{Revised by T. H and X. S}
\date{August 2015}
% \title{Title}
% \author{S. S}
% \redactor{Revised by T. H and X. S}
% \date{\today}


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