Hi Hans,

I have the following source, which tries to resemble three kinds of links:

    \setupinteraction[state=start, style=, focus=standard]


    \startTEXpage[offset=1dk, align=middle]
    \chapter[one]{First chapter}
    \chapter[two]{Second chapter}
    \chapter[three]{Second chapter}

I see that the directive for link borders only allows one color for
links per document.

In my real-world documents, I need to make three different border links:
for destinations inside the document (/GoTo), for destinations in other
documents (/GoToR or /GoToE) and for external destinations (/URI).

With the current document I write now, I have over a hundred links in
twenty pages. Being able to visually distinguish each link helps
interaction with the document (reading or even writing it).

Would it be possible that \setupinteraction could have a bordercolor
key, such as the color one?

Many thanks for your help,

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