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Anchored frame formatting changes after saving .dita file

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Oct 12, 2017

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Hi,

I inserted some images at the insertion point (Anchoring Position: At Insertion Point). This works fine when I create the .dita file, but after saving and then re-opening the .dita file, the Anchoring position is set to Below Current Line.

Why does the Anchor Frame formatting changes upon saving the file? How do I prevent this from happening? Thank you for your help.

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R

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Anchored frame formatting changes after saving .dita file

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Hi,

I inserted some images at the insertion point (Anchoring Position: At Insertion Point). This works fine when I create the .dita file, but after saving and then re-opening the .dita file, the Anchoring position is set to Below Current Line.

Why does the Anchor Frame formatting changes upon saving the file? How do I prevent this from happening? Thank you for your help.

Cheers,

R

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This question was asked before and answered here:Re: getting inline images to stay in text

Solution: change the image attribute placement to inline

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