That's easy; copied from TextFormattingRules:

Bulleted lists#

Use an asterisk (*) in the first column to make bulleted lists. Use more asterisks for deeper indentation.

This

* One \\ one and a half
* Two
* Three
** Three.One

produces this

  • One
    one and a half
  • Two
  • Three
    • Three.One

Numbered lists#

Just like with bulleted lists, but use a hash (#) instead of the asterisk.

This

# One
# Two
# Three
## Three.One

produces this

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
    1. Three.One

This

# One
# Two
#* Two point one
#* Two point two
# Three

produces this

  1. One
  2. Two
    • Two point one
    • Two point two
  3. Three

How can I add a block element (eg, a code excerpt) and still continue the numbered list, for an effect like this:

1. Do this.

2. Do that.

3. Add the parameter to the configuration file:

<project name="gummybear">
    <parameter name="colour"  value="red"/>
    <parameter name="flavour" value="cherry"/>
</project>

4. Re-start the thing.

5. Test it.

Thanks - Greg, 2007.02.13

A: make a normal numbered list, write your text and take linebrakes \\ instead of hitting return, add the code block

This

# Do this. \\ \\
# Do that. \\ \\
# Add the parameter to the configuration file: \\ \\  {{{ <project name="gummybear">
 	<parameter name="colour"  value="red"/>
 	<parameter name="flavour" value="cherry"/>
 </project> }}} \\ \\
# Re-start the thing. \\ \\
# Test it.

produces this

  1. Do this.

  2. Do that.

  3. Add the parameter to the configuration file:

    <project name="gummybear"> <parameter name="colour" value="red"/> <parameter name="flavour" value="cherry"/> </project>

  4. Re-start the thing.

  5. Test it.
jb, 07-10-26

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