Hello Peter,

> \start ... \stop mark the boundaries of the local (layout) setup, which
> is defined between \startlocal ... \stoplocal. This way you don't need
> to redefine your old layout after a local (one page) style change.
> ConTeXt returns to the prior layout automatically.
> So deleting them is no good idea (results in extra work for you) :)

Yes, I noticed that... :)

> If you can make a minimal example of your buffer problems...

Ok, I'v attached the example. It seems that If I use 
\start \startlocal and \stop and \stoplocal I get some errors...

Thanks for your help!
Miguel Queirós


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\NC test \NC test \NC test \NC \FR
\NC test \NC test \NC test \NC \MR
\NC test \NC test \NC test \NC \LR

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% It works if you place a comment \start \startlocal and \stoplocal and \stop
% It wont work without the "%"

% \start
% \startlocal
\placetable{Just an example}{\externalfigure[teste.tmp]}

% \stoplocal
% \stop

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Página 4.

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