[NTG-context] Empty page at the end of the document

Giuseppe Bilotta gip.bilotta at iol.it
Fri Nov 25 20:52:16 CET 2005

Friday, November 25, 2005 Tobias Burnus wrote:

> Hi,

> Hans Hagen wrote:
>> beware, if you you nil the page commands, you may need to make sure
>> yourself that the pagebreaks between section blocks are forced at the
>> right moment in order to reset for instance marks (used in running
>> headers);
>> end of frontpart (page break)
>> some changes to header settings
>> begin of bodypart (redundant page break)
>> start of chapter (forcing (redundant) page break)
>> in the first case, the header may be wrong on the last page of the
>> frontpart because it is set before the page break forced by the chapter
> Well, somehow reading this above, it sounds different than I get by the
> current settings:

> \starttext
> setupheadertexts[FontMatter]
> \startfrontmatter \chapter{One}\chapter{Two} \stopfrontmatter
> \setupheadertexts[BodyMatter]
> \startbodymatter \chapter{Three} \stopbodymatter
> \stoptext

> Gives [One] [Two] [Three] [empty page].
> Reading above I'd expect: [One] [Two][Three] or [One][Two][empty
> page][Three].
> I actually want to have [One][Two][Three].

> If I now set page=, then I get [One][Two][Three], but on page [Two] is
> the wrong header.
> What is the proper way of doing so? Or: Why is there a page(break) added
> _after_ the matter and not - like \chapter{} - a pagebreak before?

> Tobias

I think the problem lies in the fact that there is one
"page=" setting that is used both in the \startsectionblock
*and* in the \endsectionblock. Maybe it would be better to
have a pagebefore/pageafter thing, with the default being

Giuseppe "Oblomov" Bilotta

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