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Try this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{gb4e} \def\Id#1{\vskip-.32cm\hskip.01cm\vtop{#1}} \begin{document} \begin{exe} \ex \gll thu-mi-t-əm =kʼwa Mink.\\ go-RlL-CTR-PASS =QUOT Mink\\ \Id{% \gll chichiya7-u-s =kʼwa Mink te= c'estaya\\ grandmother-PST-3POSS =QUOT Mink DET= ...

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You don't need to roll your own: Latex provides \llap, which will do just what you're after. \glt The dog bites the cat.'\\ \llap{$^*$}The cat bites the dog.' The contents of \llap{} are typeset in a box aligned to the left of the insertion point. The box is assigned nominal zero width, keeping the insertion point unchanged. Note that the ...

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As was told you in the comments, you can (and should if you're using xelatex) use a font that supports all IPA glyphs. Since you're using a table, you can automatize this so that only the cells with IPA use that font, and the headers use the regular font. For the headers I'm using a particular font here just to show the difference, but you can use anything ...

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As explained by this answer, you can either use tipa and compile using pdfLaTeX or load a Unicode IPA font using fontspec and compile using XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX. I strongly recommend using a Unicode IPA font rather than tipa for the reasons outlined in this answer. Here is an example that uses the IPA versions of most of the symbols shown in the image you ...

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There are two issues: the sciposter class defines \normalsize in a wrong way, so the \@selfnt macro of cgloss4e.sty issues \@currsize, which isn't updated by sciposter: chaos ensues. The second issue is due to cgloss4e explicitly issuing \rmfamily. Here's a fixed version: \documentclass[a0,28pt]{sciposter} \usepackage{linguex} \makeatletter ...

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Brace the values: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{expex} \lingset{everyglpreamble={\hangindent=1em \hspace*{-\hangindent}},everyglft={\hangindent=1em }} \begin{document} \ex \begingl \glpreamble This is a very long sentence to be glossed and I would like the preamble also to have a hanging indent.// \gla Gloss this// \glb gl gl// \glft This ...

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