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I'm writing a letter using the t-letter module available with ConTeXt. I want the subject line to be underneath the greeting line, but I can't work out how to do it.

I think it is something like:

\setupletterstyle[subject][after=opening]

The relevant documentation is, I think, at page 55 here, but I still can't work it out: http://dl.contextgarden.net/modules/t-letter/doc/context/third/letter/correspondence.pdf

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Since there has been no reply, you could try posting your question to the ConTeXt mailing list. Wolfgang Schuster, the author of the letter module, regularly reads the list. –  Aditya Jul 19 '11 at 15:32

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This is an ugly workaround to swap the opening and subject:

\setupletterstyle [opening]
    [
        before={\blank[-4*line, force]},
         after={\blank[4*line]},
    ]

\setupletterstyle [subject]
    [
        before={\blank[2*line, force]},
    ]
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