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Subject: Re: [office] Continued Lists


I know more about this attribute as I belong to the group of TC members how
were proposing it for ODF 1.2

As I am currently quite busy I will not answer now, but (hopefully) before
our next ODF TC call - please stay tuned.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards
Oliver-Rainer Wittmann

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IBM Deutschland
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From:	Svante Schubert <svante.schubert@gmail.com>
To:	office@lists.oasis-open.org
Date:	29.02.2012 14:47
Subject:	[office] Continued Lists
Sent by:	<office@lists.oasis-open.org>

I got a question in regard of the @text:continue-list attribute:

It is obvious that this attribute connects two (or more) lists elements
within a document, where the following list has the @text:continue-list
attribute referencing to the previous list.
From my understanding those lists are not equal to one list, which embeds
all the in between content, because:
   1.	The ODF 1.2 schema only allows paragraphs, headings, soft-page breaks
      and (nested) lists within a list. The in between content may be
   2.	The usual indent of list content is likely not to apply to the in
      between content (unspecified - what is the user expectation?)

What puzzles me, is the spec is not precise in regard of
   1.	@text:continue-list only allowing an xml:id of a list, that has the
      same nested/indent level as the referenced list
   2.	What happens if one of both list's list item are increased/decreased
      in list level?

Can someone remember the use case for this feature and/or reference to the
Does this feature exists as well in other formats?

Thanks in advance,

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