I have ran into really funny trouble trying to use \overset and \mathbb the same time. I need to do something like this:

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but with the T as mathbb, i.e. \mathbb{\overset{m}T}_{ij}. When I try it, this happens:

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  • Why?
  • How can I make it work?

Note: Putting \overset before the mathbb doesn't work.

1 Answer 1


You need to put the T inside the overset:


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  • Done. The answer was posted so immediately I couldn't do that cause of 10 mins non-optional delay. Dec 2, 2015 at 15:07

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