Using ectaart in advanced mode


ectaart class introduces new environment frontmatter, where article frontmatter elements are specified. Please notice that \author, \address commands could be used multiple times. Commands \runtitle, \runauthor could be used to specify different running heads. Commands \ead, \thanksref will be turned into hyperlinks if package hyperref will be loaded.

Please notice that addresses will be printed before appendix or bibliography.

Additional commands are described there.

The LaTeX file will look as follows:




\title{A Sample Document\protect\thanksref{T1}}
\runtitle{A Sample Document}
\thankstext{T1}{Footnote to the title with the `thankstext' command.}

\author{\fnms{First} \snm{Author}\thanksref{t1,t2}\ead[label=e1]{}},
\author{\fnms{Second} \snm{Author}\thanksref{t3}\ead[label=e2]{}}
\author{\fnms{Third} \snm{Author}

\thankstext{t1}{Some comment}
\thankstext{t2}{First supporter of the project}
\thankstext{t3}{Second supporter of the project}
\runauthor{F. Author et al.}

\address{Address of the First and Second authors,
usually few lines long\\

\address{Address of the Third author,
usually few lines long,
usually few lines long\\

The abstract should summarize the contents of the paper.





The template is provided in the file ecta-advanced-template.tex.

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