Anchored Objects need be able to apply a text wrap when placed before their anchor point in text
For example, if the reference text for an image falls on the lower half of a right hand page, but the placement of the image works better at the top of that page—or even on the facing left hand page—the text wrap should be able to work before the object's anchor point in the text. Otherwise, when dealing with long documents, this feature is somewhat useless if you can only anchor some of your objects.
Marcel Verschuren commented
Please fix this. it should possible to place an anchored object at the first line, without the line running through the graphic. And yes, I could place it one line before the line where it should be. But when text is edited.. I have to check the graphic stays with the text below it. Please fix it.
lisbet krøll commented
Great idea - im setting up a book where I desperately need this feature
Deborah Davis commented
Impossible to anchor all images in my long doc until you fix this. Please fix! Makes no sense the way it is now. Thanks.
What time people could save with having that feature…
Very important -- otherwise a crucial feature becomes useless!
Filip Blazek commented
Very annoying to apply workaround each time I use anchored objects (for instance hand drawn drop caps). Please correct it.
Christian Hruschka commented
Absolute MUST-HAVE! This is an awkward situation which I feel hard to explain to my clients.
Molly Heron commented
This is a great suggestion.
It's about time