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      CommentAuthorserge
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
     
    Hello,

    I created a style for lists but found nowhere where I could set the style for the list symbols (like dash, dot, square).

    At export, those would not show up neither. So my lists look like this :

    some item
    some other item
    some third item

    Regards
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      CommentAuthorgoetz
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
     
    The PDF, RTF and the Word Exporter include enumerations as styles, which are equivalent to your lists. Unfortunately, you can't set the style of the list symbol there, it's always a dash.

    Hope that helps.
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      CommentAuthorserge
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
     
    This is fine. I chose the enumeration style. But still I don't see the dash.

    I don't really need to chose any other style, but at least I need a dash.
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      CommentAuthorserge
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
     
    Is this software supported at all ? Is this the right way to ask for support ?

    (thanks goetz for your answer).
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      CommentAuthordirk
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
     

    Either this forum or support@the-soulmen.com – you'll reach Götz and me (amongst others) either way :)

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      CommentAuthordirk
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011 edited
     
    The best way for enumerations would be to make Paragraph Styles with - or • as their Tag and just write your list like this:

    - Point 1 (there's a tab between dash and text for better visibility but the board software ate it)
    • Subpoint 1
    • Subpoint 2
    - Point 2

    Then in Export, apply Enumeration as a Style to them and choose not to delete the tag.
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      CommentAuthorserge
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2011
     
    Ok I get it thanks.

    But to be honnest that kills the whole purpose of having a tag, don't you think ? Are you going to fix it ?
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      CommentAuthordirk
    • CommentTimeFeb 10th 2011
     
    We'll see what we can do here :)