Dear Otared,

All of your examples yield the same output in which the numbers locate at the top and at the bottom of the integral sign.
Is it what you expected? 
I am looking for a way to place numbers at the right of the integral sign under the \startformula … \stopformula environment as the output of $\displaystyle\int_1^4 …$.

I am using the latest beta.

mtx-context     | run 1: luatex --fmt="/Users/graph/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/5fe67e0bfe781ce0dde776fb1556f32e/formats/luatex/cont-en" --jobname="test" --lua="/Users/graph/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/5fe67e0bfe781ce0dde776fb1556f32e/formats/luatex/cont-en.lui" --no-parse-first-line --c:currentrun=1 --c:fulljobname="./test.tex" --c:input="./test.tex" --c:kindofrun=1 --c:maxnofruns=9 --c:purgeall "cont-yes.mkiv"
This is LuaTeX, Version 1.05.0 (TeX Live 2017) 
 system commands enabled.
open source     > level 1, order 1, name '/Users/graph/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/mkiv/cont-yes.mkiv'
system          > 
system          > ConTeXt  ver: 2018.02.09 00:04 MKIV beta  fmt: 2018.2.11  int: english/english
system          > 

Thank you.

Best regards,



2018. 2. 12. 오전 2:18, 작성:

You are right regarding the unnatural way of using \autointegral. An easy way to use the \autointegral command in a more natural way is to define one’s own macro, as in the following:


\unexpanded\def\myint#1#2#3#4{\autointegral{#2}{#1}{#3(#4)}\,\diff #4}


\myint{0}{2\pi}{\cos(t)^2\sin}{t} = 0
And here is the classical \type{\int} command:
\int_{0}^{1} g(x)\,\diff x = 1.

Best regards: OK