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Subject: Re: [office] revised proposal: new attributes text:style-override andtext:list-id
Thomas Zander wrote: > Thanks for writing this up. > Just one comment; > > On Wednesday 21 February 2007 11:46, Oliver-Rainer Wittmann - Software > Engineer - Sun Microsystems wrote: >> The ODF specification 1.1 - see chapter 4.3.1 about list blocks - states >> that only the counter domain of the direct preceding list can be >> continued using attribute text:continue-numbering. It's proposed to >> extend this statement to any preceding list. > > To be clear; I didn't agree this was needed/wanted, I still have the same > objection. But if you want to put this in, I think you should be clearer as > to the definition. > The previous stated that it was the directly preceding list. Which is clear. > Now you say its any preceding list. Which makes me ask which of all the > preceding lists should be chosen? And why ? > > Can you extend/amend that detail of the revised proposal ? > Thanks. Thx for the comment. You are right, this part is a little bit too short. It's proposed that with the use of attribute text:continue-numbered="true" the counter domain of one of the preceding lists is continued. Such a preceding list has to fulfill the condition, that is applies the same list style. If more than one of such a preceding list exists, the one is chosen, which is found first in stepping backward in the document. If no such preceding list exists no counter domain is continued. Regards, Oliver.