# [NTG-context] \inmargin followed by \startlines = alignment fault?

Hi guys,

I find that the `lines' environment (or description, itemize, etc.)
after text in margin does not align right.  Consider the following
code:

\starttext
\inmargin{What I want}
First line \crlf
Second line

\vskip 1cm

\inmargin{What it renders}
\startlines
First line
Second line
\stoplines
\stoptext

The \crlf approach is the effect I want while the `lines' approach
fails to do it.  So is it a feature or a bug?  Or I understand
something totally wrong?  I know I can put the \inmargin in the
`lines' environment, but this time I really need it outside.

Thanks.

Corsair
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