I'm guessing that I have not yet understood how to use
abbreviations/synonyms correctly, but why does it make a difference if I
call the synonyms "abbreviations" or "tests"? That is why do the following
two files produce different results on my PC (Windows 7, context version
2011.02.09 16:42)? In the first case I get the abbreviation in capitals, in
the second case, no capitals. What would I have to do to get small capitals?
I tried "style=smallcaps", but that only gave me capitals all of the same
height, and no small capitals.


\abbreviation{ABR}{An Abbreviation}

Here goes \infull{ABR}.


\test{ABR}{An Abbreviation}

Here goes \infull{ABR}.

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