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In Wiki Style Examples, there is an illustration of numbered lists. This does not work with Wikipublisher because it uses 5 levels of numbered list nesting — one more than LATEX supports. Here is a revised version using 4 levels.

In particular, this means that outlines are now possible using the predefined %ROMAN%, %roman%, %ALPHA%, and %alpha% list-block styles. The style has to be specified on the first item in the list (and we may develop an alternate syntax for this sort of ordered list):

# %ROMAN% Top level
## %ALPHA% second-level
## second-level
## second-level
### %alpha% third-level
### third-level
## second-level
### third-level (regular style)
#### %roman% fourth-level
#### fourth-level
# top-level
# top-level
  1. Top level
    1. second-level
    2. second-level
    3. second-level
      1. third-level
      2. third-level
    4. second-level
      1. third-level (regular style)
        1. fourth-level
        2. fourth-level
  2. top-level
  3. top-level

We also illustrate support for numbered list continuation.

# First item
# Second item

This paragraph interrupts the list.

# %item value=3% Third item
# Fourth item
  1. First item
  2. Second item

This paragraph interrupts the list.

  1. Third item
  2. Fourth item

End of list and return to normal text. This list shows special handling required for numbering within a ROMAN list.

# %ROMAN%'''From Panic''' 
##Stop 
##Unconditional Acceptance 
##Recover Your Time 
# '''To Peace''' 
## %item value=4%Release pressure & obligations 
##Evaluate 
##Needs and Wants 
# '''And Passion''' 
## %item value=7%Deep gratitude and blessings 
##Energize 
##Rewards 
  1. From Panic
    1. Stop
    2. Unconditional Acceptance
    3. Recover Your Time
  2. To Peace
    1. Release pressure & obligations
    2. Evaluate
    3. Needs and Wants
  3. And Passion
    1. Deep gratitude and blessings
    2. Energize
    3. Rewards

Finally, we provide special support for alphabetized lists with more than 26 entries, to a maximum of 52. Strictly, items above 26 are undefined in HTML; the specification recommends using a different numbering type in this situation.

# %alpha%qwerty
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
# asdfghj
# zxcvb
  1. qwerty
  2. asdfghj
  3. zxcvb
  4. asdfghj
  5. zxcvb
  6. asdfghj
  7. zxcvb
  8. asdfghj
  9. zxcvb
  10. asdfghj
  11. zxcvb
  12. asdfghj
  13. zxcvb
  14. asdfghj
  15. zxcvb
  16. asdfghj
  17. zxcvb
  18. asdfghj
  19. zxcvb
  20. asdfghj
  21. zxcvb
  22. asdfghj
  23. zxcvb
  24. asdfghj
  25. zxcvb
  26. asdfghj
  27. zxcvb
  28. asdfghj
  29. zxcvb
  30. asdfghj
  31. zxcvb
  32. asdfghj
  33. zxcvb
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