1. Is it OK to use the plain tex command \filbreak in a Context run? If not OK is there a Context command that has the same effect (preventing a section of text from being split between pages)?
2. Also, I have tried several changes to my TOC code but it still yields a blank line between items. Yet the TOC of some manuals are single spaced. I cannot spot the anomaly.
3. Finally, I notice an anomaly in the indexing capability of Context. For many years I have relied on makeindex, which among other things prevents dupicative entries (the same page number printed twice on the same entry.) However Context seems to allow that. I can of course revert to the eplain indexing macros and makeindex, but it seems to me that Context should not print the same page number twice in the index.