Le 17/12/10 15:53, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
Thanks for your answer, it was most helpful.
Please always provide concrete examples, possible along with
screenshots (upload to http://frupic.frubar.net /
http://sau.frubar.net or some other image upload site of your choice)
OK, examples for starters :
It may also be an issue of spacing from the images that causes the
wrapping to look odd. This is viewed on a 15" Macbook Pro with Firefox
Is this more of a CSS issue ?
Yes, but of course what css styles are applied is a matter of what is
defined in the page's content, thus
or is it something that has to be done for
each page that has embedded objects on it ?
It doesn't have to be adapted for each page that has content, but for
each page where something is not displayed correctly.
But in order to fix stuff, you need to know where to go to fix it.
So when you spot something problematic, please provide the URL
The main page should be OK now. http://test.libreoffice.org/
(±replacing some of the used images with others, but there should be
no wrapping issue now, at least none that I'm aware of)
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