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I'm submitting an article to a journal that has certain formatting requirements.

For the authors list, underneath the title, they want superscripted citations after each name in the form of "a)", "b)", "c)", etc. But for the rest of the article, the citations are to be in the form of superscripted numerals, starting at 1, 2, 3, etc.

So, first off, I'm using the following package to obtain superscripted numerals for citations:

\usepackage[superscript,biblabel]{cite}

Next, when I use this line:

\textmd{Author B. One\Mark{a)}, Author B. Two\Mark{b)}}\

... it gives me the correct output: Author B. One with a superscripted a) at the end, and Author B. Two with a superscripted b) at the end, etc.

BUT -- the regular citations in the text now start at 3 instead of 1.

So how can I restart the citation numbering in the text at 1?

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    – enkorvaks
    Apr 2 at 5:41
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    – cfr
    Apr 2 at 6:16
  • Okay thanks for pointing that out. I've edited the question to hopefully focus down on the main issue I'm having.
    – tansvaal
    Apr 2 at 21:24

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