# Double-digit example number alignment in ExPex

So I've realised that when you go from a single digit example number to a double digit one in ExPex, the text for the double digit number isn't aligned to the text for the single digit example anymore.

Is there any way to make it such that they're all aligned the same no matter what?

• Please include a complete minimal working example and your question will be answered quickly, i.e. a short example that starts with \documentclass{article} and ends with \end{document} and demonstrates your problem. – JPi Apr 26 '17 at 14:33

Very lightly tested:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{expex}
\makeatletter
\renewcommand{\exnoprint}{\llap{\ep@exnoformat{\ep@rawexnoprint}}}
\makeatother
\begin{document}
\excnt=9
\ex
\begingl
\gla L'homme est parti hier.//
\glb the.man is left yesterday.//
\glft The man left yesterday''//
\endgl
\xe

\ex
\begingl
\gla L'homme est parti aujourd'hui.//
\glb the.man is left today.//
\glft The man left today''//
\endgl
\xe
\end{document}