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I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

EDIT: Is it at least possible to get the table of contents with the complete numbering of the headlines (for easier navigating in the org document)?

New EDIT: I mean a new buffer with just these lines (the items are empty):

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

Of course every line of the "new buffer" should be linked with the corresponding headline of the org document: So by clicking or typing "RETURN" I can go to the headline directly.

I know that by exporting to txt I can get the TOC but there aren't the links to the headlines. What I'm looking for (meanwhile) is a function that construct the toc with numbers and with links.

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

EDIT: Is it at least possible to get the table of contents with the complete numbering of the headlines (for easier navigating in the org document)?

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

EDIT: Is it at least possible to get the table of contents with the complete numbering of the headlines (for easier navigating in the org document)?

New EDIT: I mean a new buffer with just these lines (the items are empty):

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

Of course every line of the "new buffer" should be linked with the corresponding headline of the org document: So by clicking or typing "RETURN" I can go to the headline directly.

I know that by exporting to txt I can get the TOC but there aren't the links to the headlines. What I'm looking for (meanwhile) is a function that construct the toc with numbers and with links.

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I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

EDIT: Is it at least possible to get the table of contents with the complete numbering of the headlines (for easier navigating in the org document)?

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

EDIT: Is it at least possible to get the table of contents with the complete numbering of the headlines (for easier navigating in the org document)?

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Numbering Complete path numbering of org-mode headlines likeand plain lists

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode does the numbering

Instead of plain lists automatically very well. Istn't there a similar thingthis:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for headings?something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

I would like to get the hierarchy numbers automatically, something like this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

Numbering of org-mode headlines like plain lists

org-mode does the numbering of plain lists automatically very well. Istn't there a similar thing for headings?

Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

I would like to get the hierarchy numbers automatically, something like this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

Complete path numbering of org-mode headlines and plain lists

I would like to get the complete hierarchy numbers in the plain lists of org-mode

Instead of this:

1. something
   1. something
   2. something
      1. something
2. something
   1. something
   2. something
   3. something

I'm looking for something like this:

1. something
1.1. something
1.2. something
1.2.1. something
2. something
2.1. something
2.2. something
2.3. something

And the same thing in headlines. Instead of this:

* chapter
** section A
** section B
*** subsection 
* chapter
** section A
** section B 

this:

* 1. chapter
** 1.1. section A
** 1.2. section B
*** 1.2.1. subsection 
* 2. chapter
** 2.1. section A
** 2.2. section B 

This helps me to see how many children a headline has and where I am.

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