I'm constantly having difficulties with image positioning while writing my
thesis. To position images in the way I want it has to be anchored to the
page, but adding something in front of there makes an image standing still
(this behaviour is expected, it's ok).
I thought that a small modification, like anchoring the image not directly to
the page, but to the page inside the section could make the life much better,
because when you add something to the different section the image moves with
section it belongs.
We have two sections:
Section1 - page 1-3
Section2 - page 4-6
Image1 is located on page 5 (so it belongs to Section2).
If the content is added to Section1, so it takes now pages 1-4, Image1 have to
move from page 5 to page 6, because all the Section2 content have moved from
page 4-6 to page 5-7.
I can imagine the situation, when somebody don't want to move the image with
the section, so my preposition is to add the checkbox in the "Type" tab of
Picture, Frame etc. menu (and inside the style options to!) to allow the image
anchoring inside the section.
Do you think this idea is good? or there is other simple way to achieve the
With best regards,
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