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Could we see the style code for Numbers and Bullets1, to give us a better sense of what's happening? Note also that RH will close lists when it encounters interruptions, and then reopens the lists with a "restart" numbering hard-coded.
See Snippet 50 in Peter Grainge's web site.
From our stylesheet:
Normal + text-indent: -.02in; margin-left: 0.22in; margin-right: .2in; list-style: decimal;
Normal + list-style: disc; margin-left: 0.5in; margin-top: 6pt; margin-bottom: 6pt;
Normal + list-style: square; margin-left: 0.9in; margin-top: 6pt; margin-bottom: 6pt;
I am also reviewing Snippet 50 now.
Thank you Leon
This might be helpful too :)
Also I noticed, since we did upgrade from 5 to 7, there are still references to kadov in the style sheet. Could this cause an issue too? Kadov code attached as well.
Back up your CSS and then you can remove the Generated Code stuff.
I think you'd be better of writing your styles to the LI element, rather than P (LI.Numbers, etc.).
As it is, you're trying to apply a paragraph style to the list item after you've called the LI tag:
<li style="font-style: normal;" class=p-Bullets1><p class=Bullets1>Rates</p></li>
Also, "class=p-Bullets1" isn't calling anything in your CSS file, kadov or not.
After a couple of tries at modifying the stylesheet, here is what ended up working:
I made a new project so I could modify the CSS without any drastic results. I removed all of the generated kadov code and saved the .css file. Then I went into Robo and used the built in CSS editor to remove the Bullets1, Bullets2 and Numbers styles, and then added them back in.
Not only did this make my test topics appear correctly, it put the correct code into the .css file (for my lists, the styles were entered as LI and not P). The original Robo 5 stylesheet didnt have any entires for UL or OL. Using the editor in Robo to remove and add my list elements put that in the sheet.
Everything looks great.
Thank you both, Leon and Peter.