[Xerte] Re: bullet list issues
eddy at learnersfirst.co.uk
Mon Mar 17 13:06:56 GMT 2014
Glad to hear this is on the to-do list Julian
Eddy Knasel, LBCNC
On 17 Mar 2014, at 12:29, Julian Tenney <Julian.Tenney at NOTTINGHAM.AC.UK> wrote:
> For now you’ll have to format it yourself: but this is something we’ll make sure works better in the new html5 editor that is being worked on now,
> From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of István Peto
> Sent: 17 March 2014 11:17
> To: Xerte discussion list
> Subject: [Xerte] bullet list issues
> I found several issues related to bullet lists in HTML5 version of Xerte LO's:
> - When I simply mark a paragraph as bullet list with right click in XOT, Xerte doesn't create the proper HTML code, <ul> tag is missing which causes incorrect visualisation in Firefox (it's already mentioned here: http://lists.nottingham.ac.uk/pipermail/xerte-dev/2013-May/004947.html) I can add <ul></ul> tags in XOT manually, but it's not a very convenient way of editing.
> As far as I see, in bullets model it works great, <ul> tags are added properly.
> - I can't create bullet list in navigators (like accordion or tabbed navigation) because < and > characters in <li> tags are transcoded to < and >
> - There was a very handy way of creating bullet list in the previous, flash version of Xerte LO's: I don't need to select paragraphs and add bullets one by one, I can select and convert the whole text instead. In the flash LO's every paragraph got its own bullet. But in HTML5 version only the first paragraph became bulleted so I have to convert them separately.
> Any suggestion on these problems would be appreciated!
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