Hi David!

See the following example for a TOC where sections and
subsections are indented. 

Regards

Michael 


Example:
--------------------------------------

    \setuplist
        [chapter]
        [before=\blank,style=bold]
    \setuplist
        [section]
        [margin=2em, width=3em]
    \setuplist
        [subsection]
        [margin=4em, width=3em,distance=1em]
    \setupcombinedlist
        [content]
        [alternative=c, aligntitle=no, width=2em]

\starttext

    \placecontent
        [level=subsection,criterium=all]

\chapter{One}

\section{One- one}
\subsection{One- two}

\section{Two- one}
\subsection{Two- two}

\chapter{Two}

\section{One- one}
\subsection{One- two}

\section{Two- one}
\subsection{Two- two}

\stoptext
 



> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Im Auftrag von David Arnold
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 17. März 2005 23:54
> An: Context Mailing List List
> Betreff: [NTG-context] TOC indenting
> 
> All,
> 
> In my table of contents, I have:
> 
> \definecombinedlist
> [content][section,subsection]
> 
> \setupcombinedlist
> [content]
> [alternative=c,aligntitle=yes,width=2.5em]
> 
> 
> How do I set up my TOC so that subsections are indented slightly more 
> than sections in which they are contained?
> 

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