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Thank you all for the votes.
Can you help us understand the key problems that you face in the absence of ability to send an anchored image backwards?
What’s the current workaround that you have to follow?
What are the use cases wherein you need that the text appears specifically on top of inline anchored image?
This information will help us evaluate the functionality better.The Dragon Of Cauldron supported this idea ·
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Chiming in - I'm setting up a list of travel locations on a map - as new points of interest are added or removed, the list shifts frequently. The client wants the list "bulleted" with numbers in colored boxes, where the colors communicate different things about the destination. I found this thread while trying to find a way to make this bulleting clean and consistent - currently the colored boxes are located on a layer below the bullet list, and have to be manually positioned to align with each number, and every time the content within moves they all have to be adjusted again.
I was hoping that I could anchor the little boxes to the header lines so they would follow their associated bullets, but if they're going to cover the bullet numbers, the point is moot. The only other way I can think that would keep me from having to adjust for the shifting baselines every single time there's a change would be to have a custom font/character set to use for bullets, which is quite a tall ask for a bullet with a background.