{subscripts} are smaller characters appearing set slightly below the normal line.

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is it possible to change the depth of subscripts?

I have the following formula: $ F_{\!\bm{H}} F_{\overline{\!\!\bm{H}\!}} $ In this case both subscripts end at different depths (but start at the same height). I'd like them to end at the same ...
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Which one should be chosen for making a transposition of matrices: `fourIdx`, `leftidx`, `tensor`, `subsupscripts`, `mathtools`?

I want to get a transposition symbol of matrices like ^t(1 2 3), as title. I used the macro \prescript (in mathtools) at present. There is no any problem occured, these packages' macros work well. I ...
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Textual subscript in math mode

I want to put some short words in certain subscripts when I am in math mode, for example: \[W_{total} = \sum{W_i}\] but I think LaTeX understands this as the product of t, o, t, a and l. Is in ...
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Redefine underscore to produce roman subscript

I would like to redefine the underscore _ to automatically set subscripts in math mode in roman type, as I currently find myself almost always using _\mathrm{}. I can't find a way of redefining what _ ...
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Superscript and Subscript together

I would like to show both super and subscript together some text. I tried this sometext\textsuperscript{1}\textsubscript{2} But 2 does not show up right below 1. Thanks for your help. Also ...
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Supremum of the infimum

Consider the following snippet: $$\text{d}_{H}(A,B) = \max\left\{ \sup_{a\in A} \inf_{b\in B} \text{d}(a,b),\sup_{b\in B} \inf_{a\in A}\text{d}(a,b)\right\}$$ In the output, the text under the ...
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How to make contextual framed letters get proportional size automatically?

I am creating a question sheet using a method (I don't know the exact name, maybe bubble sheet format) as follows: My question is how to improve the appearance such that the framed letters get ...
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How to make proportional subscript when using smaller font in math mode?

How to make proportional subscript when using \tiny (or smaller than normal font size) in math mode? The following screenshot shows subscripts for \tiny, \scriptsize and normal font sizes. ...
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Underbrace and Subscripts

How do I place a underbrace in a subscript? I_{2,(\underbrace{3,3,3,3,3}_5)} does not typeset correctly (the 3's are not subscript sized)
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How to raise a subscript?

For some reason, I need to write a “minus” sign as a subscript on some symbols, but if I simply write $\Pi_{-}$ the result looks kind of odd. I've found that $\Pi{\scriptstyle -}$ looks reasonably ...
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Problem with \mathpalette and \mathchoice

When working on an additional answer to this question of mine, I stumbled across the following problem with \mathpalette. For simplicity I give an example where in practice it is ridiculous to use ...
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Subscripts for primed variables

When I add a subscript to a primed variable, the subscript is rendered lower than when it is a subscript to an unprimed variable. For example, when I compile $l_x l'_x l_x l'_x l_x l'_x$ I get ...
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How to typeset subscript in usual text mode?

It's easy to make subscripts in math mode: $a_i$. How do I make a subscript outside math environment, likethis?
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Can super/sub-scripts bind more tightly than macro expansion?

By "bind more tightly" I refer to the order in which operations are carried out by default. Experimenting shows that if \ab is ab and \cd is cd then \ab^\cd is ab^cd. I would like it to be ...
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Is there a way to stop the vertical spread of multiple super- and sub-scripts?

I'd like to be able to place multiple sub and superscripts (in maths mode) on an element without having them expand vertically. That is, so that in the output of ${x^2_4}^6_8$, the 2 and 6 were ...
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non-kludgey left subscripts

I was taught to make a left subscript as a right subscript to {}. For example, I would use f: {}_RA \rightarrow {}_RB to typeset this: If you instead use f: _RA \rightarrow _RB the left ...