When I use paragraph formatting on lists, I must manually apply e.g. "list 1 start" to the first list element and "list 1 end" to the last element.
This should be handled automatically. So that the last element of a styled list is always "list 1 end" and the first is always "list 1 start".
A method is needed to easier style first, middle and last item of a list.
Does this issue persist with 4.3.1RC1?
If so, please back to NEW. Can you also add detailed stsps of how to reproduce the issue and what exactly the issue is? Maybe a test file to illustrate would be good too.
Created attachment 104732 [details]
List formatted with styles
The request is, that the UI should assign the list style of kind "... start" automatically to the first list item and the list style of kind "...end" automatically to the last list item and the style "... continued" to the in-between list items, when you reorder the list items, so that the list items get the appropriate list style automatically.
Such behavior would be useful. Currently a lot of manual style applying is necessary. Try it in the attached document. Bring the list items in the order [One, Two, Three, Four] using the arrows and make them have the style order [first, continued, continued, end].
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I think, that the issue is wrongly in status NEEDINFO. The request is clear and there is nothing to add.