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[Orgmode] Re: Patch to fix two bugs in HTML/DocBook exporters

From: Baoqiu Cui
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Patch to fix two bugs in HTML/DocBook exporters
Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 01:06:27 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.3 (darwin)

Hi Leo,

Leo <address@hidden> writes:

>>>>   1. Ordered List Item 1
>>>>   2. Ordered List Item 2
>>>>   - Itemized List Item 1
>>>>   - Itemized List Item 2
>>>>   - Itemized List Item 3

> mixing lists is easy to do. Just use Alt + <left/right> to
> decrease/increase the item's indentation.

Increasing the indentation of the 2nd list (itemized list) makes it part
of item 2 of the ordered list, doesn't it?  So, instead of having two
lists at the same level, we will end up having only one list -- the
ordered list.

If these two lists are not nested in another outer, higher level list,
decreasing the indentation of 2nd list would work, but it won't look
very good.

> I think a way to terminate list is quite important, particularly when
> embedding list inside an article. I always found it difficult to start a
> new paragrah after a list because when you type TAB on the first line of
> the new paragraph it indents it to the level that shows it is part of
> the last list item.
> How about making double blank line do that?

I don't have the habit of hitting TAB to start a new paragraph, so I
don't have this problem. :-)  Nevertheless, having an option to disable
indentation based on a list two-blank line above seems useful.


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