When list type is set to alpha (a, b, c) and it exceeds over 26, the output is not matching with what is seen from HTML browser.
I tested it on Aspose.Words for Java 13.5 and 14.3 and the result is the same.
I’m attaching a html, word output and standalone code to replicate the issue.
Output in browser
Word generated using Aspose.Words
private static void writeListWithSetNumber(DocumentBuilder docBuilder)
docBuilder.writeln(“List with set different start number”);
I understand the reason behind Word output. But, PDF output should have been same as in browser. I tested this by converting HTML to PDF from an online tool and the PDF output is similar to the HTML output. Isn’t the same expected when PDF is generated from Aspose.Words?
>>> when converting to PDF format using Microsoft Word 2013
or using Aspose.Words 14.3.0, the outputs in PDFs don’t match the way
lists are shown in web browsers.
Yes, even I observed that. Try generating a PDF from HTML through any online tool and you would see output same as in browser.
Thanks for raising the requirement in your issue tracking system.