The anchored frame moves because one of those commands sets the anchored
frame to "At insertion point" instead of "Below insertion point," which I'm
guessing was your setting before running the command.

I don't know how to shrinkwrap without this change, but suspect someone else
on the list can help with that.

Linda G. Gallagher
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-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+lindag=techcomplus....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+lindag=techcomplus.com at lists.frameusers.com]On
Behalf Of Tammy.VanBoening at jeppesen.com
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 10:27 AM
To: framers at frameusers.com
Subject: Esc m p for anchored frames?


I have tried searching the archives for this, but the searchable messages
don't go back far enough in time. I distinctly remember a discussion about
what the m and p represented in the Esc m p command for anchored frames.
Fred Ridder also supplied a succinct description of why this functions the
way that it does - basically, when I place my anchored frame at a certain
location, then use Esc m p, the frame is shrunk to the size of the
graphic, but the whole frame with the graphic is shifted upwards - it does
not remain in its original location - if this description makes sense.

Any information on this subject is appreciated.


Tammy Van Boening
Senior Technical Writer
EFB Product Development
Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
tammy.vanboening at jeppesen.com

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