No, I'm talking about the final compiling: for the moment, I obtain a very nice numbered outline (1, 1.1, 1.2, and so on) when I print the whole. And I'd like to be able to obtain a numbered outline that I could also print as I use to have with Latex : (I, 1, 1.1, 1.1.1...). Is that possible? By the way, Marked is a very nice tool!
Brett on 23 Aug, 2018 01:46 PM
Right, but are you generating the outline manually using list syntax, or
by using Outline Mode in Marked? If you're generating it manually, you
can control the headings at each level under Preferences->Export. If
using the outline mode, the only options are Decimal and APA format.
Unfortunately, even when I set the headings under Preferences and export, my pdf is only numbered as: 1., 1.1., 1.1.1 and not as I, 1., 1.1., and so on. But, maybe the problem is in relation with the custom css I use? This is this css that I found here:
counter-reset: h1 }
Brett on 23 Aug, 2018 02:52 PM
The headings in preferences only apply to lists. What you're creating is
not a list, but a CSS-based outline using headres, and it can only ever
use digits (it's directly applying the prefixes, not creating a real
Okay. I didn't know that. If Marked could provide this feature, which is very useful when you use a Tex editor and can separate the sections of your document with roman parts, it would be great! No matter, Marked 2 is a very very nice tool and I'm going to buy it. Felicitation to your work!