{superscripts} are smaller characters appearing set slightly above the normal line.

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Mixed superscript, subscript and widehat

What is the correct way to write this equation and make both L_s matrices look the same? I tried this but the widehat and superscript L_s matrix' subscript is positioned slightly lower than the ...
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Capture a macro's subscripts/superscripts by the macro

Is it possible to capture sub-/superscripts added to a macro by the macro itself? Consider the following example: \newcommand{\fx}[1]{f(x)} \fx{x} % -> f(x) \fx{x}^2 % -> f(x)² Now the ...
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Adjust box around hyperref footnote links

Is it possible to adjust the size of the box around the footnote links produced by hyperref? Specifically, I would like to move the base of the box closer to the base of the object inside. ...
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superscripts with xelatex? (footnotes, natbib)

This example illustrates some conflict between xelatex and natbib- and footnote-generated superscripts. The semi-colon between distinct citations is not typeset as a superscript, nor is the dagger. ...
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Footnotes with no superscript but indent [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to set superscript footnote mark in the text body but normalsized in the foot? I cannot find a way to have footnotes with no superscript number in the footnotes, but ...
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Combining \operatorname with \mathnormal and \mathrm

Related Question: Typesetting the square of a mathematical operator \operatorname converts its argument into a function symbol with appropriate spaces on the left and on the right. However, I ...
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How to reduce the spacing between punctuation and the superscript citation

I'm using biblatex with the autocite=superscript option, so I can use \autocite to switch the interpunction and a superscript citation when the \autocite command is placed before an period or comma. ...
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Global change of notation

Consider the MWE below. In the first notation the superindex is higher than necessary since the lower end of the brackets is taken as reference point for the box in which the superindex is set. This ...
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How to represent this superscript?

I am trying to write this command below but it doesnt work. $$\triangle$^m$
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Sub-/Superscripts in Headings/Normal Text [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to typeset subscript in usual text mode? I sometimes want to typeset something simple like $N_2$ or $3^2$ in a Heading, other times in a paragraph of normal text. I ...
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Index Exponent with LaTeX

Please, how can i write C i,j in LaTeX (i as an index and j an an exponent)? I know just that: C^j C_i
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Statistical significance stars

What's wrong with my code for three stars (***)? It's so ugly compared to my ** and *. \documentclass{article} \newcommand{\oneS}{\ensuremath{{}^{\textstyle *}}} ...
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Better looking nested subscripts and superscripts

I have a situation where I need to subscript a superscript in math mode (and actually, subscript that subscript in some cases). (Please don't waste time telling me to change my notation; this is the ...
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Strange interaction between amsmath and setspace

Compiling the MWE below, you will observe in the output the following phenomenon (you may have to zoom in): Comment amsmath out. Then, the spacing beteen lines is such that the subindex of the ...
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Problem with optical sizes option in package MinionPro [closed]

I have converted the .otf files for Adobe MinionPro to PostScript Type1 files and used the auxiliary files for metrics and encodings provided with the package MinionPro. Everything works fine except ...
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Superscript page numbers with natbib

I'm with an annoying problem with natbib. When the super parameter is used, the citation happily goes superscript but the page or chapter number doesn't. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[numbers, ...
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Double superscript error involving tilde

When I write {{\tilde{C}}^{0}_{har}}^{\Gamma} (or the same with fewer curly brackets) in Tex I obtain a double superscript error and I can't solve it. Does someone know how to fix this?
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How to change the side on which the superscript appears? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Left and right subscript Superscripts before a letter in math I need to write something almost identical to this notation $P_{O}^A$except I need the superscript A not ...
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How to automatically add parentheses around fractions?

Is there any way to make LaTeX automatically put parentheses around a \frac if it is followed by a superscript expression?
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normal high asterisk in equation mode

I was looking back at some of the equations that I had written and noticed that the asterisks weren't behaving how I was expecting it to (I also understand that my expectations may differ from other ...
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References into the tables in different style of the text

I would like to do one question concerning to references into the tables. So, I am writing my Phd thesis and I have so many tables with theoretical and experimental values. For the experimental values ...
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Best and recommended way to write prime on i in $i^{th}$

I have two $i^{th}$ and $i^{\prime th}$ and it is hard to see prime in $i^{\prime th}$. I would like to know the opinion of expert LaTeX users about this. I wonder what is the best and recommend way ...
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Superscripts and bold math

I'm writing the transpose of a matrix that is denoted by a bold capital letter. This looks fine when the matrix is denoted by B, but when the matrix is denoted by A, the transpose superscript is too ...
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Is appending superscripts possible?

Let's say I want to write N^{eT}, but have N^e as a predefined command \Ne. Thus, I want to append the character T to the superscript of \Ne. Is this possible? (Note that I don't want to write ...
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Squeeze superscripts and subscripts around bracketed expressions in display math

Consider a bracketed term in display math, like this. Is there any way to squeeze the space between the super/sub-scripts and the bracketed term? e.g. where I've modified the image to create the ...
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Arrow with an asterisk superscript and text above?

I'm trying to create an arrow (or \mapsto) that has text above it and also an asterisk superscript — where the asterisk is only a superscript for the arrow, if that makes sense. I've been trying ...
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Nice-looking $x_i^j$

When I write $x_i^j$, the j is very high up, and it looks ugly. (This problem is especially apparent in the New Century Schoolbook font.) I know that TeX is capable of automatically lowering it, ...
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How to make a superscript on the upper left hand corner of a letter? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Left and right subscript How can I make a superscript on the upper left hand corner of a letter?
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Enriching \to^*

I am trying to enrich $\to^*$ with a $w$ above it, and the cleanest look I could get was with the {\smash {\overset w \rightarrow}}^* command. However, I believe this to be a pretty ugly solution, and ...
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How do I adjust the height of a superscript?

I have an operation that I call \conv, that I defined as follows: \newcommand\conv{{}^{\scriptstyle\smile}} Sometimes I use it in this situation: $a\conv$ and sometimes I use it in this ...
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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 ...
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How to lower the superscripts (and raise the subscripts) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: tex4ht problems with footnotes I am preparing a document using XeLaTeX, unicode-math and Asana Math OTF (turned on by \setmathfont{Asana-Math.otf}). I've noticed that ...
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Multiple tensor indices with breqn package

When I try to use the tensor style file to create multiple tensor indices with the breqn style file, I run into the following problem shown in this (minimal) code: \documentclass{article} ...
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detect previous character state

I am using the following tex-file: \documentclass{book} \begin{document} foo\footnote{test.}\footnote{test2} \end{document} And the result is two adjacent superscript numbers: I want to add a ...
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Prevent extra spacing between lines from \raisebox

I create superscripts for indexes for notes manually with \raisebox. What I don't like is that Latex changes the line spacing to fit a manual superscript into a line. For instance: ...
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Redefine the default depth of superscript and subscript document-wide

The behavior of subscript and supscript operator _ and ^ is like a blackbox to me, I am curious if I could redefine the behavior of them globally for a document. I searched the forum and found ...
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Fraction in Superscript

\documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont[Script=Devanagari]{Sanskrit 2003} \newcommand\sufr[2]{\textsuperscript{$\frac{#1}{#2}$}} \begin{document} ...
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biblatex: How to remove the comma before ed./eds.?

How can I remove the comma before ed. or eds. and put this abbreviation in parentheses? I'm using biblatex. For example this reference: Dozy, Reinhart, ed.: Supplément aux dictionnaires arabes. ...
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Emitting LaTeX a “token” at a time, handling superscripts

I am outputting LaTeX from another source language, but one that only gives me things a source-token at a time. Thus, I may get a token corresponding to “begin superscript” and then I will later get ...
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A macro which is similiar to \prescript but it can be used in text mode

How to define a macro, say \pretextsuperscript, to get a presuperscript ahead a word in text mode? Just simply write \textsuperscript{2}hormone and \textsuperscript{2}population is incorrect. Why say ...
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Is there a way to make superscripts larger?

Is there a way to make superscripts larger? Here is a minimal working example. \documentclass[12pt]{amsart} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage[all]{xy} \begin{document} \xymatrix{A \\ ...
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Position of Exponent Relative to Base

I'm having a problem in that the position of an exponent, relative to the base, is too low. For example, with capital letters or mathbb the top of the exponent is almost in line with the top of the ...
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Typesetting Math and Text Commands

In your opinion, what is the best way to place things like symbols next to names, if some symbols are meant for text and you have to be in mathmode to use the exponent functionality? What is the ...
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Superscripts in verbatim environment

I have some lines in a verbatim environment ... \begin{verbatim} line 1 * line 2 line 3 * line 4 line 5 \end{verbatim} ... at the beginning of some lines I want to add a number ...
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Double superscript error

I'm a relative beginner with Lyx. When I type in this code I'm hoping for T' to be followed by superscripts and subscripts. Instead I get a "double superscript" error when I try to view the pdf \[ ...
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Defining a newcommand with sub- or superscript and avoiding “double subscript” error

I often use shortcuts defined via \newcommand. However sometimes it causes a "double subscript" problem if a shortcut contains a subscript and I try to add one more subscript when using it. I am ...
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relative hspace in newcommand

I'm trying to create a symbol of a gray triangle with a black border. I managed to do so using: \newcommand{\factor}{{\color{gray} \blacktriangledown}\hspace{-1.6ex}\triangledown} However, the two ...
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How to properly subscript in a superscripted fraction?

the title says it all. It attached a MWE to display the different relative sizes of a subscript within a normal fraction and a superscripted fraction. As you can see, in the superscripted fraction the ...
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Writing (mixed) tensors

Does anybody know about a specific package for handling tensors? Consider, for example, a contraction of the type ...
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Forcing superscripts to overlap with other text for a controllable amount of text

Say I have something like: First author,\textsuperscript{1,2,3} Second author,\textsuperscript{2,3} Third author, etc. Is there a way to make the superscripts start in the same location where the ...