{lists} is about list environments. If your question deals with a specific list environment, add the respective tag, if existing, such as {itemize}, {enumerate}, or {description}. A popular package is {enumitem}. For registers like a "List of figures", use {table-of-contents} instead.

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Include section number in list number

As a follow-up to this question, I'd like to know if it is possible to automatically include the current section number, including all nesting levels, in the list number. How do I accomplish this? ...
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Infinite-depth list

I want to create a command set that allows me to do something like \nestedlist{ \listitem An item \sublist{ \listitem A sub item \listitem Another sub item } } and get An item 1.1 A ...
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Remove space around bullet points in itemized or enumerated list

How can I reduce the amount of space around items in an itemized or enumerated list? I would like to reduce the vertical space between items, the space to the left of the bullet, and the space ...
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How does one set custom labels for description lists?

Every now and then I use the description list environment \begin{description} \item[foo] foo is good \item[bar] bar is bad \end{description} to create lists with non-numerical labels. ...
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How can I make an enumerate list start at something other than 1?

Sometimes, I want to have enumerate lists in LaTeX start at other than the first value (1, a, i, etc.) How can I make an enumerate list start at an arbitrary value?
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Specifying a no-indent for a list

I have the following: This is just normal text... \begin{enumerate} \item First Item ?\\\\ This is the text of the first item \item Second Item ?\\\\ This is the text of the second item ...
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Itemize with a dash “-” intstead of a bullet

If I use \begin{itemize} \item asdasd \item dsfsdf \end{itemize} the items are with a bullet, but how can I itemize these two with a "-" (a dash / a hyphen / a small line)?
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Description list - How to put the definition on a new line?

I have the following LaTeX code: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{description} \item[foo] bar \item[baz] bang \end{description} \end{document} and it produces the following PDF: ...
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How can one put a “[” after \item?

The following does not compile because of the "[" after the \item. I presume it is because LaTeX expects a "]" as per the \item[option] syntax. However, I just want to insert the "[" character into ...