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Hi Fernand, hi all,

Fernand Vanrie schrieb:
When using a multiple column layout, in 95% of the cases the pictures
are anchored to the page, because the editor want to fix the images on a
specific place in his layout, and most pictures are wider than 1 column,
see most of "magazines" layout.
We produce 8.000 magazine pages a year, using OO-LO, and yes we
positioning the pictures using Macro's etc, but in the end the user want
to move the images and then we surly need the colomn bouderies as a

If I understand it right, the boundaries are only needed to align pictures with the mouse. If that is true, I think, a better solution would be not bringing back the border lines, but add a snapping feature. So that you can not only snap to grid (who uses that and to what purpose?) but snap to layout relevant positions, for example to paragraph border, indent position, page border, explicit tabs.

What do you think?

Kind regards

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