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Subject: Re: [office] Groups - Proposal to clarify ODF lists (07-04-05-proposal00064) uploaded

Hi Florian,

For continue-numbering in 4.3.1, you have:

"If the value of the attribute is true and the numbering style of the preceding list is different to the current list, the numbers of the nearest preceding list with the same list style are continued as defined above."

When you say "the same list style" do you mean that the style-name attribute is different?  Or are you suggesting that a deeper comparison is made as to the actual contents of the list style?  For example, if two list styles have different names, but identical definitions, are they, "the same list style"?



Rob Weir
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IBM Software Group

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freuter@novell.com wrote on 04/05/2007 12:01:35 PM:

> Dear TC members,
> I uploaded the Novell proposal to clarify ODF lists as discussed in the
> last TC meeting.
> ~Florian
>  -- Florian Reuter
> The document named Proposal to clarify ODF lists (07-04-05-proposal00064)
> has been submitted by Florian Reuter to the OASIS Open Document Format for
> Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC document repository.
> Document Description:
> Proposal to
> a) clarify the semantic of ODF discontinuous lists
> b) clarify the relationship between text:list and text:numbered-paragraph
> ODF list representations.
> c) enhance ODF lists with style-override functionality.
> View Document Details:
> http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/office/document.php?
> document_id=23420
> Download Document:  
> http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/office/download.
> php/23420/07-04-05-proposal00064
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