Last modified: 2006-04-27 22:08:09 UTC
If you insert a picture in the middle of a bullet list ie
3. three <picture>
instead of the list counting up as above it actually considers the picture the end of
the list so what you actually get is.
1. three <picture>
Using pictures like this makes sence I've come from an article on wikipedia (Article:
Rimmon) where the author put a picture of the Torah next to the item about the Torah.
Hope that all makes sence and I'm helping rather than hindering!
This is not exactly a duplicate of, but would be fixed by, [[Bug 4281]]
I would say this bug report is INVALID:
you will see
[[Image:V11p129001 Torah.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Torah with rimmonim]]
# next one
# next two
# next three
If you delete the "end of line" in line four list numbering will be OK.
Do you agree?
best regards reinhardt [[user:gangleri]]
(In reply to comment #1)
> This is not exactly a duplicate of, but would be fixed by, [[Bug 4281]]
should read Bug 4281: Allow users to set a starting digit in ordered lists
No "new lines" are allowed in numbered lists. In order to "format" long list
items requiring many lines in the texteditor see
Bug 5121: Facilitate bidirectional editing / readability via a trailing escape
character (as "\") at the end of line
Yes your quite right when I found the page it was the way you list above in
comment #2. Should have realised I just needed to tag the picture on the end of
the preceeding line.
I've updated the page now I've realised and all is well thanks for your help. Bug
5121 is intresting Ill put it in my hat for use later!
Richard How does
# (pl.''Rimmonim'') The ornaments of the [[Torah scroll]]. [[Image:V11p129001
Torah.jpg|150px|right|thumb|Torah with rimmonim]]<br clear="right" />
Now your just showing off ;^) thats a great suggestion! it looks just the way I
wanted it to. I really appreciate your help thanks a lot.
Your welcome Richard!
Changing resolution to INVALID because this is not a software bug. Adding also
best reagrds reinhardt [[user:gangleri]]