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  1. OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
  2. OFFICE-3406

17.20 - clarification about attributes associated with style:list-level-label-alignment

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Public Review, Styles
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      in 17.20 replace
      "The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes specify the indent and margin for the text lines of a paragraph inside a list item. The value fo:margin-left and fo:text-indent together specify the indent of the first text line of the list item. The value of the text:min-label-width attribute is the alignment position for the list label.
      The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes are evaluated only for paragraphs inside list items whose paragraph styles do not specify them list levels. If one of the two properties, or both, are specified by the paragraph style, the text indent and/or left margin is taken from the paragraph style. In that case the paragraph style's properties are used to determine the indent and margin for the text lines and the alignment position."
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      "The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes specify the indent and margin for the text lines of a list item. The text lines of a list item contains the list level properties specific content and the text of the paragraph inside the list item. The value fo:text-indent + fo:margin-left specifies the indent of the first text line of the list item. This position is also the alignment position for the list label, because the value of text:min-label-width is treated as 0 [reference to fo:text-indent in chapter 19 and reference to text:list-level-position-and-space-mode].
      The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes are evaluated only for paragraphs inside list items whose paragraph styles do not specify them. If one of the two properties, or both, are specified by the paragraph style, the text indent and/or left margin are taken from the paragraph style. In this case the paragraph style's properties are used to determine the indent and margin for the text lines and thus also the alignment position."

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      in 17.20 replace "The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes specify the indent and margin for the text lines of a paragraph inside a list item. The value fo:margin-left and fo:text-indent together specify the indent of the first text line of the list item. The value of the text:min-label-width attribute is the alignment position for the list label. The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes are evaluated only for paragraphs inside list items whose paragraph styles do not specify them list levels. If one of the two properties, or both, are specified by the paragraph style, the text indent and/or left margin is taken from the paragraph style. In that case the paragraph style's properties are used to determine the indent and margin for the text lines and the alignment position." by "The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes specify the indent and margin for the text lines of a list item. The text lines of a list item contains the list level properties specific content and the text of the paragraph inside the list item. The value fo:text-indent + fo:margin-left specifies the indent of the first text line of the list item. This position is also the alignment position for the list label, because the value of text:min-label-width is treated as 0 [reference to fo:text-indent in chapter 19 and reference to text:list-level-position-and-space-mode] . The fo:text-indent and fo:margin-left attributes are evaluated only for paragraphs inside list items whose paragraph styles do not specify them. If one of the two properties, or both, are specified by the paragraph style, the text indent and/or left margin are taken from the paragraph style. In this case the paragraph style's properties are used to determine the indent and margin for the text lines and thus also the alignment position."
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      Description

      The descriptions related to style:list-level-label-alignment element and the use of its attributes are very confusing. Would it be possible to include an example diagram that shows how the values of the attributes relate to one another?

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
              Reporter:
              cheriee Cherie Ekholm
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