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With my bst file (as attached) , two papers in my reference list are

Author, X, Y. Buthor, and Z. Cuthor. 2014a

Author, X, Z. Cuthor and W. Duthor. 2014b

and the citations in the article body are

Author, Buthor and Cuthor (2014a)

Author, Cuthor and Duthor (2014b)

However I would like the reference list to be

Author, X, Y. Buthor, and Z. Cuthor. 2014

Author, X, Z. Cuthor and W. Duthor. 2014 and the citations in the article body to be

Author, Buthor and Cuthor (2014)

Author, Cuthor and Duthor (2014)

How could I do it?

\documentclass[11pt]{article}
\usepackage[longnamesfirst]{natbib}

\begin{document}
......
\bibliographystyle{rfs171011}
\bibliography{cds_ref}
.......
\end{document}

The bst file is here, in case it is needed https://latex.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=32406

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Have you tried the proposed solutions in How to show all the names of three or less authors in text? Particularly the \citet* command looks interesting to look into.

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