On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 18:07:07 +0100
Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl> wrote:

> it's a browser setup (although a document does contain info about it 
> being doublesided so that a viewer can adapt accordingly)

Many of the ConTeXt manuals seem to put the Adobe Reader into a
specific mode, for example two page, even when one takes care to setup
the reader according to one's own preference, for example one page. I
find this somewhat annoying. Is this simply a "feature" of the Adobe
Reader activated when displaying a properly doublesided document or is
this something that the (ConTeXt) author chose through, say,
\setupinteraction ? That is, is the Adobe Reader to be blamed (for not
honoring its setup) or rather the document?

Alan
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