what is the output format you're aiming for: PDF, HTML or something else?
If it is HTML, some CSS might help you: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13841771/ordered-list-css-style-includes-parent-numberRegards,
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sorry - I'm not aware of a solution using pure AsciiDoc syntax for PDF output of asciidoctor-pdf.
You could have a look at asciidoctor-web-pdf that uses CSS to
style the PDF. It is still alpha https://github.com/Mogztter/asciidoctor-web-pdf
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