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Re: [O] foot note / enumeration question

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] foot note / enumeration question
Date: Sat, 02 Jul 2011 10:10:23 +0200


Robert Klein <address@hidden> writes:

> A file of
> #+begin_example
> * Title
> This is a text [fn:: the
> 1. footnote] with a footnote.
> #+end_example
> begins an enumeration inside the footenote and then
> forgets to close the footnote (which in LaTeX export
> gets closed at the next \section or so).
> I'm not sure what the expected behavior should be -- I'd
> obviously prefer no enumerations in footnotes :)  Is there
> a way to specify this in the header, e.g.
> enum-in-footnotes: nil or similar?   Just thinking when
> someone pute literary references in footnotes this could
> be useful (e.g.: [fn:: My fun. pp. 3-5, 12. edition, O'Really,
> 1996. London, New York...] )

This confusing case shouldn't happen, unless the user somehow does it on
purpose. Indeed, Org prevents auto-filling to break a line where it
would create a new list item.

This looks to me as a false problem ; I don't think we should write some
workaround for it.


Nicolas Goaziou

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