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I am trying to use SlideWithSteps using the following piece of code

\usemodule[visualcounter]
\usemodule[simpleslides]
\usemodule[SlideWithSteps]
\setupTitle
  [ title={Simple Slides?},
    author={name},
    date={10 July, 2016},
  ]

\starttext
\placeTitle

\SlideTitle {The first slide}
Write whatever you want.

\SlideWithSteps{3}{
\SlideTitle {The third slide}

\Step{1}{
\startitemize
    \starthead {1}
    para 1
    \startitemize 
    \item item 1
    \item item 2
    \stopitemize
\stopitemize
}

\Step{2}{
{\vskip 2pt}
\startitemize
    \starthead {1}
    para 1
    \startitemize 
    \item item 1
    \item item 2
    \stopitemize
\stopitemize
\stoptext

When I compile, I obtain the following error:

tex error on line 33 in file      /Users/kaarthik/Documents/contexttest/SlideWithSteps/example.tex: ! Undefined control sequence

Line 33 is \SlideWithSteps{3}{

Any help with this issue is appreciated.

Thanks

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  • This isn't a MWE, is it?
    – DG'
    Jul 3, 2016 at 14:46
  • @DG' What is a MWE?
    – user62089
    Jul 3, 2016 at 15:46
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    minimal working example (MWE)
    – DG'
    Jul 3, 2016 at 17:16
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    Can you provide a complete example that we can run to show the problem? Most likely you have forgotten to load something that defined the SlideWithSteps environment.
    – Thruston
    Jul 8, 2016 at 9:53
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    @user62089 The SlideWithSteps module (wiki.contextgarden.net/SlideWithSteps) uses the \eject command to flush a page after each step but the command doesn’t exist anymore in MkIV and you have to replace it with \page to get the module working. Jul 10, 2016 at 13:17

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Making Wolfgang's comment into an answer:

The SlideWithSteps module (wiki.contextgarden.net/SlideWithSteps) uses the \eject command to flush a page after each step but the command doesn’t exist anymore in MkIV and you have to replace it with \page to get the module working.

I just fixed it in the Wiki, so you can straight copy-paste from there.

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