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Related: https://stackoverflow.com/a/21475047/52310

I want to write something like:

1. foo
2. bar

intervening text

3. baz
4. quux

The two easy almost-solutions are:

  1. Make "intervening text" part of the first list:

    1. foo
    2. bar
    
        intervening text
    
    3. baz
    4. quux
    
  2. Explicitly set the second list's number:

    1. foo
    2. bar
    
    intervening text
    
    3. [@3] baz
    4. quux
    

I'm exporting to LaTeX, but I'd prefer to avoid using anything LaTeX-specific.

I tried this, but it didn't work:

    1. foo
    2. bar <<list-end>>

    intervening text

    3. [@[[list-end]]] baz
    4. quux
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    The two "almost-easy" solutions seem to be the best available. The problem is that as far as Orgmode is concerned, those are two different lists that have nothing to do with each other, and there isn't (as far as I know) a way to automatically have one list continue where another ends. – Tianxiang Xiong May 17 '16 at 21:41

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