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From Aivaras Stepukonis <astepuko...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Wrap Through vs Warp In Background
Date Tue, 03 Sep 2013 09:31:39 GMT
Thank you for your clarification, it makes more sense now and less work, 
too!

Aivaras

2013.09.03 09:45, Andrea Pescetti rašė:
> Aivaras Stepukonis wrote:
>> Yes, I would expect the opposite, because it is the text that is being
>> wrapped through or in background. "Through" would mean straight through
>> the object, "in background" would mean constituting the background of
>> the object.
>
> Then we have a misunderstading on terms. Look at the help and you will 
> see that this is the expected behaviour. "Through" simply means that 
> object and text will overlap (but with the object in front), "in 
> background" is actually a modifier of "Through" if one wants to put 
> the object in background.
>
> In Italian, for clarity, we render "In background" as it if was 
> "Trough transparent".
>
> Regards,
>   Andrea.
>
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