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Hi Alexander, *,

On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 4:56 PM, Alexander Thurgood
<> wrote:
Le 17/12/10 15:53, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :

Please always provide concrete examples, possible along with
screenshots (upload to / or some other image upload site of your choice)

OK, examples for starters :

Ah, all nl-pages, I didn't think of those in the current discussion.

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

If you attached screenshots, they were cut off.

I don't know what you regard as "odd", so please provide a sample.
espl with the first one, I canot see something wrong, apart that one
single line extends below the image (as the height of the text is
higher than the height of the image), but that's no problem IMHO.

similar for this one, doesn't see anything obviously wrong

There the image is very close to the paragraph-line above, so yes,
looks a bit off. Image should be moved down to align with the second

Again depends on your definition of "odd" - the text besides the image
includes also the next heading. A matter of taste I'd say. Adding a
<div class="clear><!-- --</div>
before the next heading will force the "Arbeitsfläche" part to start
below the image

Similar here - heading next to the image. But nothing "wrong" in my
eyes, just a matter of taste. The paragraph above is so short, so that
forcing the next heading below the image would add quite a bit of

So again: Please provide (annotated) screenshots to visualize what you
mean exactly.


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