# Re: [NTG-context] index problem: [entry not flushed]

Dear Wolfgang,

>> I couldn’t figure out what relation is there between Theorems and Exam.
> The numbers are correct with the latest beta.
>
> mtx-context     | current version: 2019.02.10 17:43
> 

You are right. The example which I sent last time had no problem in numbers.
I checked it by adding definitions one by one and finally found the reason.

One line in my environment file cause the problem.

Also, I found very strange phenomena that it depends on the order of appearance
of that line.
That is, it is OK if the command \setupenumeration… before the
\defineenumeration[Exam], but if the command \setupenumeration… after the
\defineenumeration[Exam] cause the problem.

After change the order of appearance such a commnad in my environment file, the
numbers of Exam are correct.  Now, I have to find the other possible changes.

“\setupenumeration…”.

Thank you so much.

Best regards,

Dalyoung

%%%%%%%%%%%% general setting for enumerations:Exam,Theorem,Lemma,Definition
%%%%%%%%%%%%%

\setupwhitespace[medium]

\defineenumeration[Exam]
[text={\white\translate[en=Example, kr=예제]},
numbercommand={\inframed[corner=round,
framecolor=dYellow,toffset=-1pt,boffset=-1pt, loffset=1ex,roffset=1ex,
background=color,backgroundcolor=blue]},       %height=1.3em,
title=yes,
prefix=yes,
prefixsegments=chapter,
way=bychapter,
before={\blank},
after=\blank]

\setupbodyfont[rm, 11pt]

\starttext

\dorecurse{3}{
\startchapter[title={Chapter Title}]

\startExam
We call it \index{OneTwo}{\bf OneTwo}
\stopExam

\startExam
We call it \index{OneTwo}{\bf OneTwo}
\stopExam
\stopchapter
}

\page
\placeindex

\stoptext
%%%%%%%%%

> Wolfgang
>

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