Option to make numbered list the default option


#1

I always use numbered lists. theyre more understandable and organized.
this option in configuration would be very nice.


#2

Interesting use case, is that for one document or for everything?

Not sure how many others would have this use case – you’re the first I’ve heard.


#3

well its not an unusual usage either
lists are best managed when theyre numerated :slight_smile:


#4

Numbers could be distractions too, hence the invention of bullet points :slight_smile:


#5

well its not a new feature that nobody knows how to use. its already on dynalist.
I was only proposing a config-option to select “bullet point” or "numbered bullet"
thanks


#6

the other day I proposed too a list with a) b) c) that would be great because sometimes for example, for differenciating from 1.2.3.


#7

You can have automatic numbering with css (in web version, using Stylish). Simplest example:

.Node-childrenInner { counter-reset: dyna-counter; } .Node-childrenInner .Node-content:before { content: counter(dyna-counter); counter-increment: dyna-counter; display: inline-block; width: 40px; }

more complex example with first level items as decimals, second level as a-z

.Node-childrenInner { counter-reset: dyna-counter; } .is-currentRoot > .Node-children > .Node-childrenInner > .Node-outer > .Node > .Node-self .Node-content:before { content: counter(dyna-counter); counter-increment: dyna-counter; display: inline-block; width: 40px; content: counter(dyna-counter, decimal); } .is-currentRoot .Node-childrenInner .Node-content:before { content: counter(dyna-counter); counter-increment: dyna-counter; display: inline-block; width: 40px; content: counter(dyna-counter, lower-alpha); }

you can style that way any level differently, possible values for content are:
disc (• • •) circle (○ ○ ○) square (▪ ▪ ▪) decimal (1 2 3) decimal-leading-zero (01, 02, 03) lower-roman (i ii iii) upper-roman (I II III) lower-greek (α β γ) lower-latin (a b c) upper-latin (A B C) armenian (Ա Բ Գ) georgian (ა ბ გ) lower-alpha (a b c) upper-alpha (A B C)


#8

Thanks for this!


#9

I would like this as well!