Mark Szepieniec mszepien at gmail.com
Sat Dec 20 03:13:23 CET 2014

```There is a trick mentioned on the wiki for top-aligning the contents of a
makeup page, namely adding "top=,", which cancels the default value of
\vss, which is infinitely strechable space.

However, that doesn't seem to work when the first element in the makeup
page is \completecontent:

\starttext

% top= here doesn't seem to be working...
\startmakeup[standard][top=,]
\completecontent
\section{testsection}
\stopmakeup
\stoptext

page, but they are centered vertically. If the \completecontent line is
commented out, the correct vertical alignment of the section header is
obtained. Is there a way to get top-alignment when a makeup page starts
with \completecontent? Is this a bug?