I read carefully the two 'My Way' from Aditya regarding math alignment
(thank you for those, they were extremely useful to me, and should maybe get even
more visibility on the wiki), and I have some questions about it:
1) Is there a way to modify interline spacing in 'cases' environment? I
find it a bit short when using the displaystyle option.
2) I noticed that the interline spacing is not the same in the 'align' and
'aligned' environment (it's larger in 'align'). Is there a way to make
'aligned' use the spacing of align? It looks better with displaystyle
3) Aditya, I saw your remark in your 'My Way' concerning the 'multline'
environment. I must admit I would really be glad to see it appear in
ConTeXt! I'm afraid I'm not able to implement it myself... I use it a
lot with amsmath: when a formula is just too long for one line, I put it
on two with multline. The first part of the formula is left aligned on the
first line, and the second part is right aligned on the second line. It seems
impossible to get the same result with only 'align'. Would it be difficult
to make it available in ConTeXt?