To create a glossed text, do the following steps:
From the current project open a document.
Select See Glossing from the Advanced menu.
Adapt It shows an extra line for glossing at the bottom of each strip, and shows the Glossing check box on the mode bar.
Click the Glossing check box on the Mode bar to check it.
Adapt It moves the glossing line up under the source text.
Adapt It is now in Glossing Mode.
Enter a gloss for each source text word or phrase.
Glossing mode may be toggled on or off at any time.
By default glossing uses the target text's font. If you want glosses to use the navigation text's font, select Glossing Uses Navigation Text's Font from the Advanced menu.
While in glossing mode Adapt It displays the glossing line between the source text and target text and the phrase box will move only within the glossing line.
No source phrase merging or retranslations may be done while in glossing mode. Also placeholders cannot be entered while in glossing mode. If you need to merge source words, do a retranslation or insert a placeholder:
Turn glossing mode off
Do the desired operation
Turn glossing mode back on
Sample linguistic glosses
Transform adaptations into glosses