Am 25.11.2011 um 20:26 schrieb Meer, H. van der:

On 25 nov. 2011, at 18:10, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
>> Reference is here <\reference[label:1]{Some text}>\blank
>> and is: \getreference[tekst][label:1]
> tekst ≠ text


Thanks for that one. I completely misunderstood, thinking that for text one could substitute something to typeset (like in \in{}[]) instead of regarding it as a keyword hole.

For the interaction problem I have made a very tiny project. At the start of the contents is an "outer reference" inside the project files an "inner reference". The outer one can be reached both from the outside as well as from the inside of the project files. The colouring of the links show it too. Yhe inner reference does not show up, instead the log shows:

references      > start problematic references
unknown         >    2: [part2][label:1]
references      > stop problematic references

But I do not know enough of the referencing mechanism to interprete it.
Hope you can nail the problem, either with my doing or something within ConTeXt.

It’s a bug (maybe wrong default settings) which was introduced with Idris request
to have lists which are local to a component, when you refer to the label with
the name of the component as prefix (\getreference[text][part1:label:1]) the text
is shown.