Sorry but I'm going to talk about indenting again. This time, it seems to me
that there is really something wrong with the indentnext=yes option. Look at the
following example, it speaks for itself (or at least I hope so).


This is my first formula:
\startformula x = 1, \stopformula
and this line should not be indented because it's still in the same sentence.
There is no line skip in the source file, and no new paragraph created.

This is my second formula:
\startformula x = 2. \stopformula

This line has to be indented (and it is!), as this is truely a new paragraph.


The option indentnext=yes does not handle properly the first situation. What do
you think?

Thanks for your answers, and sorry to bother you again and again!
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