That action does an amazing job of wrapping text around a non-square
image. If your inline image is square, there’s a much simpler way to
get the result you want.
If you make your image an inline image (part of the text flow) by
means of cut and paste, you will be able to set the Align property of
the image to left or right, and then set margin on the outside edge
so that the text does not crash into your image box.
Click on your image that you want to wrap text around so that the
selection handles light up on all sides and corners.
Cut to the clipboard with Command-X or similar.
Click inside your text box so that you see a flashing text cursor.
If you want the image to float to the right, be sure to place your
text cursor at the very beginning of a paragraph. (Non-intuitive, but
very important nonetheless.)
Click on the now inline image so that its selection handles show
again, then change the Align property in the Inspector.
Click on the Margin picker in the Inspector, and select Custom,
then set a margin on the correct edge to keep the text away.
Hi, I needed to do this as well but is there a way to do this and keep using the ScriptyLightbox 2 action on an image working. I put my image in there and want to use the lightbox but it does not seem to work.