REVTeX automatically combines
\thanks macros into a single footnote, and uses the same footnote if multiple authors share the exact same set of macros.
Is there any way to force the
\thanks macros to have their own footnotes so that two authors can share the
e.g. I would like the author list to look like:
A. Author,a),b) B. Author,b) C. Author
a) Electronic address: firstname.lastname@example.org
b) These two authors
The Review of Scientific Instruments sample manuscript does this, however I cannot work out how to get this result in REVTeX.