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How to maintain numbering and labels inside of a tabular

I'm using gb4e in order to number examples in my paper. I want to be able to number a tabular as an example, and then have each line of the tabular be a, b, c, etc. \documentclass{article} ...
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change gb4e enumeration in only one chapter

I am using gb4e for glossing examples in my thesis. I would like to set the example number back to zero for an appendix. I assume some variation of Alan Munn's solution at gb4e enumeration format ...
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Align glosses in more than one language with gb4e

I'm using the package gb4e to gloss my linguistic examples. It nicely aligns the words in the original language with its glosses. But this alignment does not extend beyond the first line of glosses. ...
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gb4e example with two-paragraphed footnote throws error

gb4e is a useful package for writing linguistics papers, as it allows one to append judgments to examples, via the optional argument of \ex{}. As such, I would like to retain the use of this package, ...
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Adjusting the gb4e {exe} environment locally

In my thesis I make extensive use of the exe environment of the gb4epackage and I love it. However, three of my approximately 100 examples need to have an alternative layout. Instead of the usual ...
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Movement arrow in gloss

Is it possible in gb4e to gloss an example AND have a movement arrow in the example. I'm currently using gb4e, and I want an arrow from 't' to 'een auto'. I already looked at other packages (xytree, ...
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Cleveref range format for gb4e “(1a-c)"

I managed to get cross-referencing with cleveref to examples in the format "examples (1a-1c)" using \crefrangeformat{xnumi}{examples~(#3#1#4--#5#2#6)} but how can I get "examples (1a-c)"? I found ...
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Mis-aligned free translations in gb4e

When there is an example with a number more than three digits, the free translation line is too far to the left in gb4e examples. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{gb4e,cgloss4e} \begin{document} ...
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Words not vertically aligned in gb4e glosses when underlined

I'm glossing my linguistic examples with gb4e and am having some problems with alignment. The language I am working with uses underlines in its orthography, and the morpheme that my paper focuses on ...
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How can I solve this quotation problem with interlinear glosses in gb4e?

Observe how after the interlinear gloss I have to insert [''] -- otherwise, the quote continues (and in textmate4 the rest of the text is colored accordingly). Is there some way to resolve this ...
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Example using gb4e without gloss line

Using gb4e I can leave off the free translation line of a three-line format, but is there a way to leave off the gloss line? I am using examples from linguists who gave only the source language and ...
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gb4e enumeration format

I am using gb4e for glossing examples in my thesis. I want to have the enumeration in such a format that the chapter number precedes the enumeration of samples, such as Example (1.2) which refers to ...
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How can I label a numbered interlinear gloss in gb4e? [duplicate]

I'd like to refer to interlinear glosses within a text. I tried putting a label beneath the \begin{exe} line (as below) to but it didn't work. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here. Thanks! In ...
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How can I label an interlinear gloss in gb4e? [closed]

I'd like to refer to interlinear glosses within a text. I tried putting a label beneath the \begin{exe} line (as below) to but it didn't work. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here. In \ref{1e1} we ...
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How can I indent the second line of a linguistic gloss with gb4e.sty?

In accordance with the documentation, I've been happily plodding along making interlinear glosses. So far so good! But things get ugly when I make a longer gloss. Looking at example (5) on page (6) ...
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Conflict between gb4e and my university style sheet

I am a Linguistics PhD student at U.Florida, writing my dissertation. The LaTeX class from our editorial office conflicts with gb4e (among other packages). Is there a way to override the style sheet ...
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Splitting examples in gb4e

I would like to split examples in the \usepackage{gb4e} to get explanatory remarks as close to the explained item as possible. Usually, my typeset examples are looking like this: (1) blabla (2) a. ...
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Labeling linguistic examples with language information

I'm writing a linguistics paper that uses a large amount of linguistic examples from a wide variety of languages, using the gb4e package. I want to be able to label each example with information about ...
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Positioning of numbers in gb4e.sty examples

I'm planning to use the following numbered examples in a document (see example below). I would like the number to be at the top of the example, but for the ones with diagrams it ends up in the middle. ...