First of all I am not an expert in using LaTeX, I just started a few months back.
I am using MiKTeX with the
expex package for glossed linguistic examples.
If we take a look at a glossed example, we see a space above the fourth line which is the free translation (
To get rid of the vertical spacing above the glft-line, the expex documentation advisies you to use the command "
aboveglftskip=0pt" in the
I used this command in my document, but it still gives me a gloss with spacing before
I am using a weird template with a bunch of stuff in it, but it's likely to the beamer class.
But even if I strip my document of everything, and do a normal beamer or article class, it doesn't work:
\begingl[everyglpreamble=\it, belowglpreambleskip=0pt, aboveglftskip=0pt]
\gla batis-ne //
According to the documentation, one can also use the command in the
\glft line which I tried. It didn't work as well... Am I doing something wrong? I want to get rid of the vertical spacing above the glft line! I am also using the
expex package in a paper I am writing and it's working fine there.