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list,


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<br>In the following minimal example I would like to have:
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- the headings of \special in the toc, unnumbered

<br>- in the text, the numbers of the exercises preceded by the chapter 
number

<br>The first goal is achieved when uncommenting the two options under 
\setuphead,

<br>the latter is achieved when uncommenting only the second option.
<br>How can I realize both simultaneously ?


<br>Thank you in advance,
<br>
<br>

Sytse
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<br>%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
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\definehead[special][subject]

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Please use a different name because \special is a existing TeX command 
(but not used by ConTeXt MkIV).<br>
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<br>     [

<br>%    number=no,
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%    incrementnumber=yes,

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Use only "incrementnumber=list".<br>
<br>
Wolfgang<br>
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