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Implement ::marker #700
Currently I can't find a reliable way to specify custom style for the numbers (markers) in numbered lists of paragraphs in WeasyPrint — that is, for HTML like this:
<ol> <li><p>Urkkk! <li><p>Clank! <li><p>Glurpp! </ol> <ol> <li>Biff! <li>Ooooff! <li>Bang-eth! </ol>
being able specify styles for the numbers.
So I don't know what specifically the bug is here — but surely WeasyPrint should provide some way of achieving this.
I think that it's implemented in other browsers, it may be a good idea to implement it. Even if it's a draft, it better than the very little things defined in CSS 2.
I think that's an open question, one of the many undefined behaviors with page breaks. It's not directly related to #36, but definitely is with the CSS fragmentation spec that could solve #36 when implemented.
Looks like a really bad idea