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As noted in the comments, you can redefine the formatting of the gloss lines by using: \renewcommand{\eachwordone}{\itshape} and similarly for \eachwordtwo and \eachwordthree for the second or third gloss line formatting. You should probably be using the \glt macro for your translation lines. If you do, it's easy to redefine it to add quotation marks. ...

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This answer is a long time coming, but the solution is simple: there is a patched version of cgloss4e (which is the glossing macros part of gb4e) written by Alexis Dimitriadis, and available on his website (not on CTAN, unfortunately). It is called and can be used as a drop-in replacement. It also has some other niceties. You can get it here. I use it in all ...

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The basic problem here has more to do with how to center a linguex example than how to center the tree, so it is actually asking essentially the same thing as gb4e center example text, but for linguex instead of gb4e. The solutions end up being the same: Use \hfil before and after the tikzpicture environment, as suggested by Harish Kumar's comment on the ...

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