Some further experimentation: interchanging two chapters makes the problem go away. 

It is reproducible, because putting the chapters back als brings the problem back. Even stranger, sitting at chapter 5 it kills the interaction for chapter 6 and 8, leaving the interactivity for the  intervening and later chapters intact.

Addition of content to the start of chapter 5 helped for chapter 6 but not for chapter 8, which seems strange.
Addition of content to the end of chapter 5 also helped for chapter 6

Addition of content to the start of chapter 7 did help to solve for chapter 8.

So I fear it has in some way to do with the moment the output routine is called in relation to the reference processing in \startchapter[title=,reference=].

Hans van der Meer

On 6 dec. 2013, at 12:42, H. van der Meer <> wrote:

Something strange happened here with the interaction in a pdf produced.
There are chapters reacting when clicked in the table of contents but some are not. Moreover, this behaviour changes with the version of context used.

I tried 3 versions of the beta:
ConTeXt  ver: 2013.10.15 13:52 MKIV beta
ConTeXt  ver: 2013.11.10 12:23 MKIV beta
One specific chapter does not jump to the starting page when clicked.

ConTeXt  ver: 2013.12.04 11:34 MKIV beta
Nothing changed in the source but now another chapter link also becomes inactive!

There is no ready explanation I can think of. Because the document in question is about 500 pages I do not yet have a minimal example at hand. And as I suspect the problem can have its origin in the complexity and/or size of the document, I fear the construction of a minimal example will be difficult. Therefore I am first asking if this problem is known already. Afterwards I will try to find a small example, of course.

Hans van der Meer

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