Am 09.01.2014 um 14:23 schrieb Jean-Guillaume <jng...@gmail.com>:

> But this:
> 
> \definehead
>  [Exercise] [subsection]
>  [after=]
> \starttext
>  \startExercise [title=This is the exercise's title]
>    The exercise's content.
>  \stopExercise
> \stoptext
> 
> results to:
> 
> 1 This is the exercise's title
> The exercise's content.
> 
> and I would like it to be:
> 
> 1 This is the exercise's title The exercise's content.
> 
> (When I can typeset that, I will see about formatting the number and so on.)
> 
> I'm sorry it wasn't very clear. Now I understand that I misunderstood
> \startExercise{...} for \startExercise[title=...] and that's why I was
> confused about which newline I want to get rid of.

\definehead
  [Exercise]
  [subsection]
  [alternative=text,
   distance=0.5em,
   insidesection=\ignorespaces]

Wolfgang
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