# [NTG-context] setupheads separator and stopper

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 14:25:28 CEST 2015

> Am 24.04.2015 um 14:07 schrieb Csikos Bela <bcsikos425 at freemail.hu>:
>
> Wolfgang Schuster írta:
>
>>> 1. The "section" part of the words sectionstarter and sectionstopper above is just
>>> a general term for any heading type and does not correspond to the heading type.
>>> Is this correct? (That is, there are no chapterstarter=, subsectionstarter= etc. options).
>>
>> No, it’s part of the key name and you have to use „sectionstopper” also for \part, \chapter etc.
>
> I see.
>
>>> 2. The command you commented, \setupreferencestructureprefix, what does it supposed to do? It did not do anything for me, eg:
>>> \setupreferencestructureprefix[default][prefixstarter={\symbol[diamond]},prefixstopper={\symbol[none]}]
>>
>> It comes the starter and stopper from the reference number in the text, compare the result from
>> \in with and without the \setupreferencestructureprefix setting.
>
> I compared the output of \in with commented and non-commented
> \setupreferencestructureprefix line. It does not make any difference, the two
> outputs are the same.

Without the the \setupreferencestructureprefix line you get

Reference to chapter (1) and section (1.1).

and with the line

Reference to chapter 1 and section 1.1.

>
> OK. I also tried to change the separator to dash but I couldn't.
> but they didn't work. How can I change that?

You have to create a list of the separators with \defineseparatorset which can
then be applied with the sectionseparatorset key.

\defineseparatorset[mysectionseparator][x,y,z][?]

\starttext

\part{Part}

\chapter{Chapter}

\section{Section}

\subsection{Subsection}

\subsubsection{Subsubsection}

\subsubsubsection{Subsubsubsection}

\stoptext

Wolfgang