# [NTG-context] indenting of first paragraph in (sub)section

Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky yatskovsky at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 20:08:06 CET 2006

Hello,

I' trying to figure out why

\setupindenting[first,medium,yes]

does not indents the FIRST paragraph of a section or subsection.

An example follows.

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\setupbodyfont[lbr,11pt]

\setuppapersize[A4]
\setuplayout[width=17cm,height=28cm, topspace=1cm, header=1cm, footer=1cm, location=middle]

\setupitemize[n,joinedup]
\setuppagenumbering[location=]

\setupwhitespace[medium]
\setupindenting[first,medium,yes]

\showframe

\starttext

\section{INTRODUCTION}

\subsection{Rationale}

Anyone who has been around the computer industry for a decade or more is well aware of this phenomenon: machines are getting exponentially more powerful per unit cost, yet users do not perceive this improvement in the applications that they purchase. For example, while word processors are clearly faster today than they were 21 years ago, they aren't 16,384 times faster as Moore's Law would suggest. Part of the problem, of course, is that some of the additional processing power has been employed to support new features (such as a bit-mapped display), but a large part of the reason software users aren't seeing an increase in speed is because many of today's programmers don't take the time to write efficient software, or they simply {\it don't know} how to write fast code.

\stoptext

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Vyatcheslav                          mailto:yatskovsky at gmail.com
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