sorry. I'd misread about the option. As you said, the parameter of 
:numbered: means the section depth.
It seems there are no options to do that.

If you want to do that, you need to modify sphinx.environment package. It 
assigns the section numbers for HTML.
(For LaTeX/PDF, the section numbers are assigned by LaTeX. So you need to 
modify both HTML and LaTeX)

Takeshi KOMIYA

2016年9月20日火曜日 8時08分48秒 UTC+9 geek...@mgmiller.net:
> Hi, thank you,
> According to the docs, the parameter to :numbered: is the section depth, 
> which seems odd and perhaps poorly thought out.  Also, it doesn't seem to 
> work.  I put a 10 there in the second toctree and it had no effect to 
> renumber the chapters.
> Is this something I could fix or enhance?  Would anyone else want it?  
> Where would code of this sort go?  Which files?  I'd really like to keep 
> the "parts" and not have to remove them.
> Thanks again,
> Mike
> On Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at 9:26:52 PM UTC-7, Komiya Takeshi wrote:

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