I've got a problem with the "example"-numbering in the linguistics
I use the example-style to refer to OT-constraint definition
(linguists may know what I'm talking about).
Basically it always looks like this:
(3.1) Constraint Name <linebreak>
This works fine and the two words "Constraint" are perfectly aligned
under each other, i.e. have the same indentation (obviously better
than in this email ;-).
The problem occurs in a chapter (maybe I should note that I use KOMA-
script book) where the counter grows above 9.
This looks roughly like this:
(3.10) Constraint Name <linebreak>
So the indentation of the second line is to small. It seems that it is
aligned in the same depth as if the counter consisted of only one
Can I correct this? How?
Thanks for replying.