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Nested Ordered List issue when assigning values to counter

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I’ve come across an issue when using html-to-pdfmake.

When I create an ordered list within an ordered list and using values that update the counter - the list item containing the nested ordered list does not update the counter that is included in the HTML.

For example :

<li data-pdfmake="{&quot;counter&quot;:7}">One</li>
<li data-pdfmake="{&quot;counter&quot;:8}">Two
<li data-pdfmake="{&quot;counter&quot;:6}">Three</li>
<li data-pdfmake="{&quot;counter&quot;:7}">Four</li>

Shows up as : 7.One 2.Two -> nested 6.Three 7.Four

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created a year ago
  • Comments:6 (3 by maintainers)

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Aymkdncommented, Apr 19, 2022

The new version (v2.3.11) should solve this issue.

Mlowe11commented, Apr 19, 2022

Interesting, I definitely updated to latest version but perhaps there’s something else going on. Thanks for responding so fast

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