Formatting _Numbering/ordered list_[Bug 42788]

jan iversen jani at
Thu Dec 24 02:14:17 PST 2015

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> On 23 Dec 2015, at 11:25, noseeba Al kindi <noseeba1 at> wrote:
> I am solving this bug:
> I checked the MS office and it have the same problem appear there just
> that they have a longer indentation which let the issue start at
> number 18. Moreover, they make the numbering alignment to the right by
> default.
> so I think the best behavior is to change the default setting to be:
> numbering alignment to the right and increase the indentation.

That sounds like the correct choise.

Btw, if you need help or have questions then do not hesitate to email me. I am trying to help new people getting their first patch successfully merged.

jan i.

>> On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 12:03 PM, noseeba Al kindi <noseeba1 at> wrote:
>> Dear,
>> I am new on solving bugs and this is the first bug I choose. I go
>> through the documentation of this issue and I found that it could be
>> solved by changing numbering alignment to the right. Another solution
>> is that when the length of the Roman number is longer than the
>> indentation, the whole list should be shift to right which give enough
>> space to contains the longest Roman number appear in the list.
>> I am not sure what is the right behavior here.
>> I am waiting for your reply.
>> Thank you
>> Nusaiba Al-kindi
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