On Sat, 5 Apr 2008, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

> Am 2008-04-05 um 17:08 schrieb David:
>>> (3)
>>> \startitemize[n]
>>> Numbered itemizations suddenly(?) start with 0 - as this may be
>>> suitable for programmers, but it's, ehm, a bit unusual in every other
>>> context.
>> I don't have the final answer on this, but I have run into this
>> "starts
>> with zero" problem when my corresponding \stopitemize is missing or
>> not
>> in the correct place.
> Ah, sorry - I spoke too soon:
> It happened only with "texexec --once"

That is understandable. ConTeXt now allows


to set up numbers in the reverse order. This also means that ConTeXt needs 
to run two times to get the numbering right.

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