[NTG-context] headers again

jbf roma83537 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 07:57:18 CEST 2020

Rightly so, and as I was producing such an MWE (stripping away a lot of 
other 'clutter') I found what was causing the problem. At one stage, 
trying to solve the problem, I had created a MyChapter definition and 
had left a command referencing it in the following:


Give that I was now no longer using MyChapter to solve the problem, that 
command=\MyChapter was causing a conflict. I removed it and, using your 


\startsetups header

and referencing it in the \chapter or \title items, was able to achieve 
the desired result in every way, including that missing  header on one page.
Thank you.

On 13/8/20 3:36 pm, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
> On Thu, 13 Aug 2020, jbf wrote:
>> Almost as perfect as Shakespeare's Juliet! Is there any reason why the header
>> for the Introduction, done using your approach (it is in frontmatter), does
>> not produce the header on the last recto page? This intro consists of 8 pages.
>> Page 7 does not produce the 'Introduction' header. The other relevant recto
>> pages are all headed 'Introduction' as they should be.
> A minimal working example will help in diagnosing what is going on ...
> Aditya
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