31 Oct 2018 07:53
RichTextBox: When a floating image is inserted into header/footer, the image is clipped
- When a floating image is inserted into header/footer the image is clipped. However, if Enter is pressed in the header/footer later, the whole image is shown. Further, if Enter is pressed again, the image is clipped again.
- When floating images are placed in a header or footer, and are positioned outside of the text editor's area, they are not visualized. MS Word visualizes such images as slightly grayed out (similar to watermarks) in normal mode, and always visualizes them in Header/Footer edit mode.