How could I get more control handling the "hanging" option for hyphenation with optical margins provided by \setupalign[hanging]? That is to say, I am not worried about protrusion. The default "hz" option of ConTeXt is enough for me. I know that there is no accounting for taste, but "hanging" seems to me visually good with the hyphens of some fonts, and not so good whit others.
The default internal settings from simply "hanging" may be good for many but not for my aesthetic preferences.
For me, it is only a point about tastes with the displacement towards the margins, but only with the hyphenation glyphs. I am speaking all the time about the hyphenations, not about the hold protrusion.
This is too much projection towards the right margin in my opinion. But, anyway, I insist: I know that are different strokes for different folks.
Apart from that, the protrusion within the lines is fine for my tastes.