A plist, or
is the symbol
then the default paragraph format of the
is used. Otherwise
is a plist of keywords and values. These are the valid keywords on Microsoft Windows and Cocoa:
A number setting the indentation.
A number modifying the indentation.
A number setting the relative indentation of subsequent lines in a paragraph.
A number setting the right margin.
A list of numbers.
specifies the numbering style. Rich Edit 3.0 supports all the above values of
. Please note that the Arabic and Roman styles start numbering from zero, and that only
work with versions of Rich Edit before 3.0 (other values of
are quietly ignored).
offset specifies the offset of the second and following lines relative to the first line of the paragraph. That is, when the indentation of the first line is indent , the indentation of the second and subsequent lines is indent + offset . When offset is negative, the second and subsequent lines are indented less than the first line. If indent + offset is negative, then these lines are not indented.
:text (format nil "First paragraph.~%Second paragraph, a little longer.~%Another paragraph, which should be long long enough that it spans more than one line. ~%" ))))