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Alignment of subscripts inside and outside parentheses

$(X^n_i)_i$ This piece of code produces output where the inner i is placed at a lower height than the outer i. Is there a graceful way to place both i's at the same height?
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Derivatives: enter “evaluated at” vertical bar with multiple values as subscripts

Sorry for the long title, but how do I enter evaluated at (for a derivative), with multiple valuation criteria at the bottom of the the big | line? Thanks!
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votes
1answer
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Lower indices height

Adding a subscript to a dagged variable, the subscript is lower than when it is added to an undagged variable. Here's an example: $c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R ...
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votes
2answers
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Automatically Raising Subscripts

I have the following expression J_{ne}\boldsymbol{\mathsf{J}}_{ne}^{-1} which is awkward in the sense that as the second (sans-serif) J has a superscript that the subscripted indices are lower than ...
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votes
2answers
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\left( and \right) too big when surrounding a sum (etc.) with no superscript; exacerbated by substack

When I write \varphi^{-1}\left(\bigcap_{\substack{\mathfrak{p} < B \\ p \text{ prime}}} \mathfrak{p}\right) I get something like this: Apparently it's leaving symmetric amounts of room for ...
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votes
2answers
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Align subscripts vertically

I would like to align the subscripts in an expression such as this one: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} $$\sup_{f\in\mathcal H}\lim_{\epsilon\downarrow ...
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votes
2answers
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Different vertical position of summation limits in consecutive \sum

When I use different summation indices in a double sum the limits are not vertically aligend, for instance: \begin{equation} \Delta K_T^i = \sum_{t=1}^{T}\sum_{k=1}^{m}{\Delta K_t^{i,k}} = ...
8
votes
2answers
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Subscript vertical position dependent on presence of superscript - how to change? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Subscripts for primed variables If I have a variable which is always subscripted but only sometimes superscripted, the vertical position of the subscript varies. For ...
3
votes
1answer
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Subdepth subscripts not aligned

I was under the impression that the subdepth package would even out the depth of subscripts, but I just tried the following code in which the subscripts are not "aligned": \documentclass{article} ...