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How to fix spacing with multi-line cgloss4e examples?

(Note: This is a follow-up to this question) I am using cgloss4e to write down some language examples. Some of these examples do not fit within a single line, therefore I am trying to distribute ...
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How to combine cgloss4e, colouring and pinyin?

This is a follow-up to this question. In this new question, I would like to be able to combine the colour-altering commands provided in the previous question with the automatic pinyin encoding of the ...
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How to colour text inside aligned gb4e gloss examples?

I am using the package gb4e to gloss a number of linguistic examples. Its main feature, is that it aligns the words in the original language with glosses. I would like to be able to change the font/...
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Getting small caps in linguistics glosses automatically using gb4e

I am searching for a way to automatically format appropriate parts of a gb4e morpheme-by-morpheme gloss in small caps. I use small caps in the gloss line to mark out functional material; that is, ...
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How can I get sans serif linguex glosses?

I am glossing linguistic examples with the linguex package and generally I am very happy with it, so I don't want to use any other enumerating/glossing package. But when I use the Libertine Biolinum (=...
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Baselineskip varies when using linguex.sty uses

My code as follows: \documentclass[10pt]{book} \usepackage{linguex}% \usepackage{tikz}% \usetikzlibrary{decorations.text,calc,arrows.meta}% \usepackage{tikz-qtree}% \usepackage{adjustbox} %\...
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Extra space between lines (gb4e)

I am using gb4e.sty to provide inter-linear language glossing. This works well, but I want to get wider spacing between lines when sentences have 2 or more lines like this; Here is my source code: \...
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how to 'skip' a word when using linguex glosses

I am using the linguex package for my glosses. This package allows you to write a sentence in a language, and add glosses aligned with the original example right above it. For example: \exg. \%*Wen$...
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Increase space between lines of glossed text, gb4e [duplicate]

I'm using gb4e in report class. I'd like to format the glossed examples created using gb4e. There are three lines in my glossed example: The original text and the gloss, which are presented in one ...
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widen space between words in gb4e

I use the gb4e package for writing linguistics examples. A MWE is something like the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{gb4e} \begin{document} \begin{exe} \ex \gll aaaaa bbbbbb cccc\\ ...
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Multiline/language linguistic glosses

I'm trying to typeset a linguistic gloss with at least two languages in it, although I'd like to add more. Unfortunately, it seems that the gb4e package doesn't support more gloss lines. I've ...
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How can I tweak linguex so that the first line of a glossed example is in italics?

I have used the linguex package for an article; now it turns out that in the glossed examples the original text (the first line) should be in italics. Can someone tell me how/where I can tweak the ...
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gb4e: remove extra space below preamble/header lines

I'm writing my PhD thesis on linguistics using gb4e. In a number of cases I want to add a preamble line to an interlinear example and in some other cases I need a tabbing environment embedded within ...
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More than 6 glossed subexamples Linguex

I'm using linguex glossed examples with subexamples (a), (b), (c), etc. using \ag. \bg. \cg. This works fine until I need more than 6 subexamples: as soon as I try \gg. or \hg. it fails to compile. Is ...
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Get rid of extra boxes in cgloss4e

I notice that glosses using the \twosent macro in cgloss4e have an extra, phantom "word" at the end. I use the following code to add a small rule indicating where each word box starts: \documentclass{...
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Hanging indentation with linguex (Why does this work?)

I wanted to create linguex examples where the free translation line has a hanging indent of 21.3 big points. I found that use of the hanging package, which is simple enough, does not work (second ...
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Words not vertically aligned in gb4e glosses when underlined

I'm glossing my linguistic examples with gb4e and am having some problems with alignment. The language I am working with uses underlines in its orthography, and the morpheme that my paper focuses on ...
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Why is the gap between the translation and the last line of the gloss so wide in my interlinear gloss?

I notice if I take away some letters, the translation line goes to where it should be, but this big block of white space is pretty untenable. Ideas? \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{book} \setcounter{...
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Labeling linguistic examples with language information

I'm writing a linguistics paper that uses a large amount of linguistic examples from a wide variety of languages, using the gb4e package. I want to be able to label each example with information about ...