# ConTeXt: How to suppress indentation after setup

Let's say I have a setuo foo, and I always want to suppress indentation for the next paragraph? Is there a way to achieve this?

\startsetups foo
FOO
\stopsetups

\setupindenting[yes,medium,next]

\starttext

First paragraph. Not indented.

This paragraph should be indented.

\directsetup{foo}

This paragraph should not be indented.

\stoptext


• Before the paragraph, that should not have an indent, wirte \noindent. This should be it. – DonFangzahn May 26 at 13:41
• Indeed, but I am looking for an automatic solution. Something like indentnext=no. – Denis May 26 at 13:46
• Potential duplicate of tex.stackexchange.com/questions/282559/… but I have not tested if it will work with context – KJO May 26 at 13:54
• No. Not a duplicate. The linked question is about indentation in environments, mine is about indentation after a setup. Besides, the solution both apply only to LaTeX. – Denis May 26 at 14:04

This seems to work:

\startsetups foo
FOO
\noindentation
\stopsetups

\setupindenting[yes,medium,next]

\starttext

First paragraph. Not indented.

This paragraph should be indented.

\directsetup{foo}

This paragraph should not be indented.

This paragraph should be indented.

\stoptext


• It works. Too easy -- I was looking for something more complicated. I should have tried that before asking the question, but I didn't expect this to work (just like \noindent would not have worked for this in LaTeX.) Let's hope this is a feature and stays... – Denis May 26 at 19:10