Prepend enclosing list marker?


(Bruce Kieffer) #1

What does “Prepend enclosing list marker” do?
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(Ben Balser) #2

Yes, I see this all the time and never thought about it. Now I want to know, you got my curiosity up.


(Rob Beattie) #3

Apple’s documentation for the Prepend enclosing list marker option says: “Specifies that a nested list should include the marker for its enclosing superlist before its own marker.” We are confident that someone will find this useful.


(Bruce Kieffer) #4

So does this mean that there is some code added to the list? I’m confused by the meaning of Apple’s documentation.


(Rob Beattie) #5

Not code, but the ‘parent’ bullet. See attached.

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(Bruce Kieffer) #6

I’m still not understanding what it does and how it does it. I did a test; same stack, prepend checked in the first instance, prepend unchecked in the second instance. I see no difference. Look here:
http://thriftycabinets.com/plans/sample_plan/


(Stuart Marshall) #7

You’ll only see a difference if any of your bullets are nested/indented.

I think you are best ignoring it. There are very few cases when this will be useful to anyone.


(Bruce Kieffer) #8

I guess my problem is I can’t see how to make it work… I will ignore it!


(system) #9

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