Am 14.12.2010 um 21:34 schrieb Philipp A.:

> hi!
> 
> i want to achieve the effect i see when using the following code, only in a 
> semantically correct way (and without defining a \MyHeader macro like in some 
> examples)
> 
> […]
> And maybe somebody knows a cool way to do this:
> 
> \starttext
> \task
> \task[Graphs]
> \stoptext
> ↓↓↓↓
> 
> Aufgabe 1
> 
> Aufgabe 2: Graphs
> 

\setuplabeltext[de][aufgabe={Aufgabe ,}]

\define[1]\TaskCommand
  {\doifsomething{#1}{: #1}}

\definehead[thetask][section]

\setuphead
  [thetask]
  [style=sansbold,
   bodypartlabel=aufgabe,
   distance=0pt,
   deeptextcommand=\TaskCommand]

\definecomplexorsimpleempty\task

\def\complextask[#1]{\thetask{#1}}

\mainlanguage[de]

\starttext
\task
\task[Graphs]
\stoptext

Wolfgang

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