# [NTG-context] Setup for appendices: a bunch of questions

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Fri Feb 6 10:12:20 CET 2015

```On 2/6/2015 9:20 AM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 9:09 AM, luigi scarso wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 8:59 AM, Mojca Miklavecwrote:
>>>
>>> (Well, my computer hoplessly crashed when I first tried it, but I hope
>>> it's not your code to be blamed ;)
>>>
>> A crash (ie a seg. fault, or an infinite loop)
>> with context ?
>
> It's way too off-topic, but first my pdf viewer crashed while context
> was still compiling the document, luatex was stuck in the middle of
> compiling. I used Ctrl+C to break the compilation, but there was a
> ghost process still there. I tried to remove the new code, then start
> context again. It was stuck again, I had to use Ctrl+C to stop
> compilation and there was again a new ghost luatex process in the
> background. I tried "kill -9 <pid>", but it didn't help. I tried to
> force kill it in the GUI, no success either. Then I tried "rm
> filename.pdf" and the "rm" process was stuck as well, forever. Finally
> I tried to reboot the machine, but it refused to reboot, so I had to
> shut it down the hard way (press the switch-off button for a long
> time, an equivalent of removing the battery).
>
> I don't think that any of that had anything to do with ConTeXt or
> luatex. It sounds like a hardware issue to me (despite my first
> thought that I ended up in an infinite loop).
>
> ----------
>
> Back on topic. If I move a figure to Appendices, the figure now gets
> numbered as "1.V" (I would want to see "B.1" if it's the first figure
> in Appendix B). But when I reference that figure in main text, it
> becomes "Figure 1.5" which is indistinguishable from another figure
> "1.5" in the first chapter.

weird indeed as it should default to numbers at that that level cf.

\defineconversionset
[appendix:default]
[Romannumerals,Characters]
[numbers]

so for the moment use

\defineconversionset
[appendix:default]
[Numbers,Characters]
[numbers]

(as the first level, part is not used by you anyway)

Hans

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