jbf schrieb am 06.05.2020 um 01:31:
Hi list,

I have a document set up in a standard way (\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]) to ensure that new chapters always begin on a recto page, but in one particular instance only, I want the new chapter to start on the next (verso) page instead of creating a blank then starting on the recto side.

I thought I might have been able to force that with \page[no] immediately after the previous chapter concluded or before \chapter{My new chapter}, but this command is ignored (and may well be the wrong command to achieve what I want).

Is there a way to interrupt the setup so the new chapter in this case can start on the verso page?

Create a new heading for chapters which can start on left/right pages.

\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]

\definehead[mychapter][chapter]

\setuphead[mychapter][page=yes]

\starttext

\chapter{Right page}

\chapter{Right page}

\mychapter{New page}

\chapter{Right page}

\stoptext

Wolfgang

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