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mghorba
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### multi line and overbrace

I am using the following multiline equation. The last line of the equation unfortunately is indented and goes across the two columns. How can contain the last line in terms of its indentation?
\documentclass[journal]{IEEEtran}\usepackage{amsmath}\usepackage{adjustbox}% <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://ctan.org/pkg/adjustbox">http://ctan.org/pkg/adjustbox</a><!-- m -->\begin{document} \begin{multline*}\label{eqn:1_1}   L_{p}(d, h_{TX}, h_{RX}) =  \overbrace{L_{fs}(R,f)U(0.1-d)}^{L_{p,1}}+\clipbox{-2 0 5 0}{$\overbrace{(L_{fs}(R,f) + (1\hspace{1em}}^{L_{p,2}}$} \\[\jot]       \clipbox{100 0 -2 0}{$\overbrace{\phantom{\hspace{10em}}(+ \log_{10}(d))L^{EH}_{B}(f,h_{TX},h_{RX},1) - L_{fs}(0.1,f))(U(1-d) - }$}\\[\jot]       \clipbox{100 0 -2 0}{$\overbrace{\phantom{\hspace{10em}}U(d-0.1))}$}+\overbrace{L_{p}^{EH}(d,f,h_{TX,eff},h_{RX})(U(80-d) - U(d-1))}^{L_{p,3}}\\[\jot]       \overbrace{\phantom{\hspace{10em}}(+ L_{p}^{ITM}(f,h_{TX},h_{RX},p(d))+max\{L^{EH}(f,h_{TX},h_{RX},p(80)) - L_{med}^{ITM}(f,h_{TX},h_{RX},p(80)),0\})U(d-80)}^{L_{p,4}}\end{multline*}\end{document}
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Johannes_B
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Do you mean the indentation caused by the the 10 em phantom space?
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