On Tue, 16 Apr 2013, Meer, H. van der wrote:

I tried similar examples from the manual and these fail even more badly:

\chapter{Influences \nomarking{in the 20th century:} an introduction}
\chapter{Influences in the 20th century\nolist{: an introduction}}

The macros on page 204 give \nomarking and \nolist as undefined macros! Both in 
\chapter{} as in \startchapter[title={}] form.

What can be hapening here?

They are no longer needed. The new syntax is:

\startchapter[title=..., marking=..., list=..., bookmark=...]
....
\stopchapter

so you can explicitly set whawt needs to go into the marking, list, and bookmark.

Aditya
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