[l2h] \intertext in align environment

Matthew Saltzman mjs at clemson.edu
Sun Jul 27 20:36:05 CEST 2014

Hard to tell if this package is still under development and if so, where
its home is.  www.latex2html.org appears unmaintained, but there don't
seem to be pointers anywhere to any other home anywhere.

Anyway, I am using the align environment from the amsmath package.
There is a \intertext command used within an align or align* environment
to insert text without disrupting the alignment of equations in the
environment.  It should be possible to insert multiple \intertext
commands, and LaTeX typesets them correctly, but LaTeX2HTML only
respects the first one.  Subsequent ones are ignored and the contents
typeset as if they they were just math symbols.  So, for example

        a &= b
        c &= d
        e &< f

displays sort of as

                a = b
                c = d b u t e < f

Matthew Saltzman
Clemson University Math Sciences
mjs AT clemson DOT edu

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