Hi Hans, All,

> Am 02.02.2015 um 02:18 schrieb Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl>:
[snip, snip]

> It's for good reason. Now you can change the style any time.
> When you define
> \definehead[one][section]
> \definehead[two][one]
> \definehead[three][two]
> \definehead[four][one]

I think what Rob wants to know is for example if one has



Does two end up a chapter header or a section header!
I would assume two is a section  header and four a chapter header! 

Please disregard the fact that this type of coding is bad practice!


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