The following code

A_1, A_2,\underbrace{A_3,\overbrace{A_4}^{\text{over}}, A_5}_{\text{under}}, A_6, A_7



How can I change it to get:


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  • While mathjax uses LaTeX syntax, it uses Javascript and HTML's DOM model rather than TeX technology, making it mostly off topic for this site. You might try instead searching among the questions tagged with mathjax on StackOverflow, or in the official mathjax-users Google group. – jub0bs Oct 18 '14 at 22:26
  • you've more ooo in your output than your input, it is helpful to make them match. – David Carlisle Oct 18 '14 at 22:26
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  • In LaTeX this problem was solved using the mathtools package and the macro \mathclap. – skpblack Oct 18 '14 at 22:36

As noted in comments pure mathjax questions are off topic, but if you can phrase the question such that the anwser involves TeX you are Ok,

unfortunately there are various ways in latex of centring some text whilst hiding its width, but none seem to be supported in mathjax, this sort of half works but you have to split the text into two "by hand" and

\(  A_1, A_2,\underbrace{A_3,\overbrace{A_4}^{\llap{oooo}\rlap{ver}} A_5}_{\text{under}}, A_6, A_7\)

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