On 02/15/2012 09:00 AM, Ethan Swint wrote:
I see what you are trying to do. I had similar cases few times, and each
case, I have to adjusted it manually. But if there are many graphics and
many updates of contents, it will be time consuming.
On 2/14/2012 8:18 PM, Calvin Kim wrote:
From my experience, what you're describing is anchoring 'as' a
character; I'm anchoring 'to' a character, as anchoring 'to' a
paragraph isn't specific enough for my document. The problem comes
when the page break falls such that a full page would require the
character to be on one page and the frame to be on the next.
On 02/14/2012 12:00 PM, Ethan Swint wrote:
I've been frustrated with my experience trying to anchor frames
(containing figures and captions). What I'd really like to do is
anchor a frame to a character (which refers to the frame's
contents), but not force a large white space on the page if the
anchor character and the frame don't fit on the same page. In other
A) Obtain the reference character's Y coordinates, Cy
B) Obtain the frame's Y dimension, Fy
C) Obtain the text area's Y dimension, Py
C) If Py- Fy > Cy, place frame at bottom of character's page
D) else, place frame at top of page following character's page
Is this possible with LO Writer? What I've been forced to do at this
point is to anchor the frame to the page, then move all of the
frames in the document when my edits move text.
If you anchor an object to a character, your object will be treated
as a character. That's why there are large white space on the line of
your object due to its height.
Instead, anchor it to a paragraph. Then you have freedom to move your
I've looked, but I haven't uncovered a mechanism in LO Writer to deal
with this situation satisfactorily.
I don't think LO offers anchor "to" a character.
'Anchor to paragraph' is like anchor to first character of paragraph.
Maybe you can request new/modified feature to development team to anchor
"to" character, or anchor to paragraph but you can anchor it anywhere in
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