2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2014 10:13 AM by -Tami

    Font size of numbers for numbered lists is wrong, but only in tables

    -Tami Level 1

      In my compiled RoboHelp 11 HTML project (.chm), the numbered lists in the text correctly show 9 pt numbers, but the numbered lists in tables show 12 pt numbers. Both show 9 pt numbers in RoboHelp.

       

      The CSS file has these definitions for numbered lists:

       

      P.Numbered-List {

        font-family: Arial;

        font-style: normal;

        font-variant: normal;

        font-size: 9.0pt;

        text-indent: 0.0pt;

        margin-right: 0.0pt;

        margin-top: 4pt;

        margin-bottom: 4pt;

        margin-left: 0pt;

      }

      LI.P.Numbered-List {

        font-family: Arial;

        font-style: normal;

        font-variant: normal;

        font-size: 9.0pt;

      }

       

      To make a numbered list, I apply my "Numbered-List" paragraph style, click the Create a Numbered List button, then select the P.Numbered-List style from the Custom tab in the Bullets and Numbering dialog. If I make a numbered list with the Available Style "(none)" selected, it still gives 12 pt numbers, but only when the list is in a table.

       

      For lists in and outside of tables, the preceding HTML code is this:

       

      <li class="P.Numbered-List"><p class="Numbered-List">

       

      Any ideas as to why the compiled help shows 12 pt numbers for lists in tables?