Coloring the brackets changes the position of the superscript. How can I get the same position as in the right example with standard color brackets? I intend to use \left) and \right) for brackets to get adapted bracket sizes in larger equations than in the given minimal example.

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$\color{red}\left(\right)\color{black}^2 \left(\right)^2$
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    you are adding the superscript to the color node not the bracket use ^{\textcolor{black}{2}} – David Carlisle Jan 13 at 18:13
  • ${\color{red}\left(\right)^{\color{black}2}} \left(\right)^{2}$ does the trick, like @DavidCarlisle said – TVL Jan 13 at 18:14

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