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Hi Harri, *;

2011/1/16 Harri Pitkänen <>:

It appears that list items within numbered (ol) lists are shifted a bit too
much left. You can see the problem here:

I'd expect the numbers to be aligned at the same level as the paragraph text.

This would only be possible with list-style-position:inside, but then
the second line of a <li> wouldn't align with the actual text-content
of the li (but with the numbering), and the numbering itself wouldn't
align-right anymore (when using more than 10 elements)

The problem does not occur with ul lists where the CSS adds some padding for
li elements to handle this. Experimenting with Firebug leads me to think that
something like this might work as a fix for this problem:

.typography ol li {
       margin-left: 21px;

I didn't try to align it exactly, but rather used a bigger margin, as
there might be list with 10 items or more, and then it would look
mismatched again. so now ol-lists are clearly indented.


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