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The question says it all. I am using package leipzig for glossing and linguex for examples. This is the code.

\documentclass[8pt]{article}
\usepackage{leipzig}
\usepackage{linguex}

\begin{document}
\ex. \gll abcd efgh mnop\\
abcd.1.SG.FEM efgh.3.PL.MSC mnop\footnote{This is a verb.}.IMFV.AGR.1.SG.FEM\\
abcd efgh ijkl mnop\\

\end{document}

PS - This code doesn't give any error in the beamer class. Footnote is still not coming, but at least the document gets compiled. In the article class it is not the case.

\documentclass[8pt]{beamer}
\usepackage{leipzig}
\usepackage{linguex}

\begin{document}
\ex. \gll abcd efgh mnop\\
abcd.1.SG.FEM efgh.3.PL.MSC mnop\footnote{This is a verb.}.IMFV.AGR.1.SG.FEM\\
abcd efgh ijkl mnop\\


\end{document}

Actually in one presentation with a similar text I got a footnote also. (I don't know how :P) I'll add a screenshot of the slide and the preamble if needed.

  • Three things: 1. The double backslash in the third line of your example is not necessary as you're only using gll, not glll. 2. Do not use \footnote inside the input of gll unles you enclose it in a savenotesenvironment (see package footnote) or use \footnotemark and \footnotetext{<text>}. 3. leipzig has nothing to do with the error you encounter. – kmbkrkn Aug 15 at 14:33
  • Ok, but why does it come in the beamer and not in the article? – Niranjan Aug 15 at 14:54

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