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When using the \tensor command, the indicies are lowered a bit to much for my taste. Is it possible to align them with the usual position of the indicies. That is, \tensor{T}{_\mu} should look like T_\mu.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{tensor}
\begin{document}

The tensor command sets a single index lower than usual:
\begin{align}
    T_\mu = \tensor{T}{_\mu}
\end{align}
Indeed, the alignment is as if there were a upper index present:
\begin{align}
    T_\mu^\nu = \tensor{T}{_\mu^\nu}
\end{align}
This is how it should look like:
\begin{align}
    {T_\mu}^\nu = \tensor{T}{_\mu^\nu}
\end{align}

\end{document}
  • 1
    Off topic: Why do you need to use align in this case? equation is more appropriate (I think) (of course this is not wrong). – user156344 Mar 4 at 16:20

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