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In the specific Graphic setting, precisely

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(somehow \ ( and \ ) are not shown properly below in Stackexchange window)

Graphics[Text[Style["\ !\ (1234_L\ )",LineSpacing->{0,12}],{0,3}]]

I am trying to make this looks like $$1234_{\text{L}}$$ with the L as the text font and the 1234 are in the math font. But it apppears as $$1234_{L}$$ with the $L$ as the math font. This outputs

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Ironically, if I use

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Graphics[Text[Style["\ !\ (1234_Line\ )",LineSpacing->{0,12}],{0,3}]]

it appears as $1234_{\text{Line}}.$ This outputs the desired textfont:

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Question: How to get the text font: $1234_{\text{L}}$ in this specific Graphic setting?

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    $\begingroup$ I could not reproduce the issue with your code but the single character seems to be getting italicized as a variable under traditional formatting. In the use of Subscript(1234,"L") it will not get italicized because you are telling Mathematica that it is a string. But if you use Subscript[1234,L] then the L is italicized. $\endgroup$
    – Nicholas G
    Nov 5, 2021 at 14:05
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    – wonderich
    Nov 5, 2021 at 16:43

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Usually FormatType should be sufficient and you can uncomment the line to note the difference. I have used Subscript for finer control over the font.

Graphics[{
  Style[Text[Subscript["1234", "L"], {2, 5}],
    Red, 20, FontFamily -> "Times"]},
 Frame -> True,
 (*FormatType\[Rule]StandardForm,*)
 PlotRange -> {{0, 3}, {4, 6}}]

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