Numbering incorrect when expanding a sublist

duplicate

#1

Steps to reproduce

Make a list with multiple items. Make sure some item in the list is a sub-list (i.e. make sure an item in the list has children).

Turn the list into a numbered list. Expand the sub-list.

Expected result

No change to the numbering on the list.

Actual result

The numbering resets to 1. after the sublist. This goes away and comes back dynamically as you expand / collapse the sublist.

Environment

Chrome, Windows 10 (I haven’t seen this in the Windows 10 app).


Additional information

example of the numbering resetting:


#2

Duplicate of this bug?


#3

Yes, duplicate.


#4

Yeah, unfortunately we’re still waiting for Chrome to fix it.

I think they broke it at one point, which is why everything is fine on there. The browser used in the desktop app is a bit outdated, at that time Chrome/Chromium probably hadn’t introduced this bug yet.


#5

I’ve observed all manner of bugs in numbering the one time I tried using it. Yes Chrome. Basically after creating the list, I did all kinds of edits, cuts, pastes, and it just didn’t behave.


#6

Do these bugs appear in the Windows app too?


#7

Don’t have the Windows app.