Personally, I'd avoid using built-in conspecs. Instead, use this:

cond

*.robage 0 =

start

X .out1 store (X is any value other than zero)

stop

Two cells are conspecs if ***.in1 *.out1 =**

it's quite simple, really. put any value into your output (.in1 through to .in10), then compare your value to your output (.out1 to .out10, depending on where your output is). A similar method can be used with ties (.tinX/.outX). It's also more chameleon-proof, as you can set multiple conspecs, and also get one to generate a random number, then check if they don't match - you can generate a range from -32000 to 32000, so the probability of matching is one in 64000.

FINAL THOUGHT --> Always use *.refeye 0 != to make sure you're not staring into space.