On 2017-04-01 16:07, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:

I have just discovered the following:

     \indx{an} \indx{american} \indx{Aphrodite}

Lowercase letters are placed after its uppercase counterparts.

I don’t have (almost) any experience with indices in ConTeXt, but which
is the way to turn this off?

Sorry, but I don’t see a reason to have this as default. I mean, I have
never seen any encyclopedia or dictionary that sorts entries according
to letter case.

I believe you want method=default for your \setupregister[index][] options. The allowable values appear to be default, first, last, before, and after. With nothing specified you do not get the same as specifying default. I asked about these a while back but got no answer. There is a cryptic explanation from 2010 at



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