Turns out it's some kind of freaky timing thing.
Basically even though I have told google drive "sync: allow offline" and that doc says it's "ready for offline" google drive doesn't actually allow for the "fresh tab open of an offline doc" for it. For awhile.
After you first choose the setting sync checkbox, you have to wait......
You want to create a Hanging Indent in a Google Document by Google App Script. It is important to note that the process to identify these methods can be easily established by trial-and-error testing.
The method for a Hanging Indent is setIndentStart(indentStart) Doc ref
getParaDetails() uses a same document to show some indent settings.
Paragraph#1: Index ...
This answer is based on the work of user79865.
You have a Google Form which exports results to a Google Sheet; you have embeded the sheet in a Google Doc and you are looking for a way to update the Google Doc automatically whenever there is a new form response.
Your question is substantially answered in webapps question: Embed Google Spreadsheet table ...
Much easier, first make sure your list goes past 10 and has the issue, then select all bullet points and text, then click the button that changes the list to bullet points, then change it back to a numbered list. Google Docs at least notices the issue and indents things properly.
To do this, just stretch the cell right to fit by hovering your mouse over the cell border on the right, then left click and drag the cell to the right. If the line doesn't unwrap, backspace at the beginning of each lower line until it pops to the top line.
That is not a Google Docs feature but a HTML feature. Just take a look to the source code (right click over the page, then on the contextual menu choose View page source).
They are embedding a webpage inside another by using iframe, frameset HTML tags.