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Indentation issue in Numbered List with an icon/image (RH 2019.0.12)

Community Beginner ,
Aug 30, 2020

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Hi,

My work includes adding UI icons while writing steps to do something.

Upon doing the same, the indentation of the numbered list with the number got mismatched.

Please refer the attached image for depicting actual issue and suggest me if anything can be done.

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Indentation issue in Numbered List with an icon/image (RH 2019.0.12)

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Hi,

My work includes adding UI icons while writing steps to do something.

Upon doing the same, the indentation of the numbered list with the number got mismatched.

Please refer the attached image for depicting actual issue and suggest me if anything can be done.

NumberedListIssue.png

Thanks!

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Does it only display like that when editing in Robohelp, or also after you generate and view the output?

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Aug 31, 2020

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Hi,

 

It is same as illustrated, at both the places... while editing as well as in the output also.
Actually, other steps are fine...it happens only in the case where I add some icon in the step.

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A quick resolution to this would be highly appreciable as I need to fix it before the release, which is in just a week.

 

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You know you're only dealing with a user-to-user forum here, right?
Try updating and see if that makes any difference.

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I think it will be something with how your css is defined, but I don't know what. I tried to recreate in a test project but can't.

 

The best I can think is that you create a new temporary project and gradually copy in your styles until you discover the change that makes your numbering misalign.

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Thanks @Amber, will try and let you know if got success.

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 02, 2020

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So, finally, it is solved, though in the output only.
I don't know how but in CSS, the position of the lists was set to Absolute...I just removed it and now the output is displaying fine, as required.

However, the source has still no change.

 

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So the style was not in your stylesheet, only in your output?

 

Can you post where you found the style, and what the name and settings were? If I have the details I might be able to find where the style comes from, so you can fix it properly, rather than fixing it every time you generate your help.

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 02, 2020

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No No...It's not in the output folder. I made the changes in the stylesheet only. I have removed this from the source code of the css:

Postion: Absolute

and after this when I generated the output it was working fine...

"However, the source has still no change.", with this line I meant even after changing the css source code...the indentation is not correctly displayed in the RH editor but the changes are reflected in the output.

 

Please let me know if you still need any code.

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