haiku theme CSS renders OL items with UL looking.

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With Sphinx 1.0.2, the built-in haiku theme does not handle ordered list properly. When I wrote #. or 1. in the source, it was rendered as unordered list with orange bullet mark. I have corrected it by copy and modifying the css of haiku for my use, and it might be good to reflect to the original source. Have a look at 295th line of this source. http://bitbucket.org/birkenfeld/sphinx/src/tip/sphinx/themes/haiku/static/haiku.css_t You can find "div.content li {" at 295th line. This should be "div.content ul>li {" instead. Just add "ul>" before "li". This meaning is described on this page. http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/selector.html#child-selectors

Thank you. retsu

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