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how to keep images on correct place when resizing text with toolbar button?

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Dear NG'ers,

I want to keep my images at a certain position that should change when the
text is enlarged or shrunk with the button on the toolbar?
What event is triggered when resizing text in the above way?

tia

pablo k

Jul 20 '05 #1
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pablo wrote:
I want to keep my images at a certain position that should change when the
text is enlarged or shrunk with the button on the toolbar?
What event is triggered when resizing text in the above way?


Event? There are no 'events' is any style sheet language that I can think
of.

Perhaps you should position your images using units relative to the font
size (e.g. em) - or better yet, show us a URI so we don't have to depend on
crystal balls to work out what you mean.

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David Dorward <http://dorward.me.uk/>
Jul 20 '05 #2

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"pablo" <pa****@exeit.removethis.demon.nl> wrote in message
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Dear NG'ers,

I want to keep my images at a certain position that should change when the
text is enlarged or shrunk with the button on the toolbar?


That would usually be achieved by adding the
text/image to the appropriate layout managers..

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Andrew Thompson
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Jul 20 '05 #3

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"Andrew Thompson" <an******@bigNOSPAMpond.com> wrote in message
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That would usually be achieved by adding the
text/image to the appropriate layout managers..


D'Uh! I thought I was in a Java group when I
posted that! What a dolt..

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Andrew Thompson
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* http://www.1point1C.org/ 1.1C - Superluminal!
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Jul 20 '05 #4

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