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Old 10-08-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
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Shrinking type in lists

Hi. Back with more questions about lists.

Attached is a screen grab of the split between code and design of the book I’m cleaning up in DW, and an RTF of my coding of a couple of the lists.

The lists are all indented as planned, and ordered/unordered where planned, BUT as the hierarchy descends, the type gets smaller (see the LL-BL1, LL-BL2, LL-BL3 list items). Yes, there is a reason for the classes -- space above the first list item and below the last list item in the print book. I have tried controlling this by setting percentages higher than the point size of the <p> tag (the desired size for ALL of these lists), but I must be missing something, because nothing I do works. I tried setting the size the same as the <p> tag first, but that didn’t work, and that was when I resorted to either a larger em or percentage.

I'm perfectly happy to recode the lists, but I'm at my wits’ end right now, and I need to move this along. Your advice will be greatly appreciated.
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