Under the beta version (ConTeXt  ver: 2012.05.14 16:00 MKIV  fmt: 2012.5.16), 
item numbers in references (with \in[..]) are not converted automatically in 
the way they used to be done under last year's "current" ConTeXt.  I have 
macros that do something like below that no longer work.  The level two items 
are converted to letters, but references to them appear as unconverted numbers. 
 Is there a way to convert them?

\startitemize %level 1
\item One
\startitemize %level 2
\item AA \item[BB] BB
In BB = \in[BB] (used to print b, not 2)....




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