Embedding Morphs into Text

tblanchard at mac.com tblanchard at mac.com
Tue Feb 18 15:40:19 UTC 2003

I don't see it.

I have a scrolling text morph.  I type a bunch of text into it.  I grab 
a star morph off the flap.  I put the star on top of the scrolling text 
morph about where I want it.  In the star morph's halo I see "embed 
into" and it gives me a bunch of choices of morphs including scrolling 
text morph, transform morph, and TextMorphForEditing.  I can select 
that and it stays fixed with the text flowing under it.

What am I missing?

On Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at 04:02  PM, Andreas Raab wrote:

> Yes. Simply embed the morph into the text. After you did this, go into 
> its
> red halo menu and choose from the "text anchor" menu how you want it to
> behave. The choices are:
> * document: The default. Position the morph relative to the enclosing 
> text
> morph (e.g., don't move it with text)
> * paragraph: Position the morph relative to its enclosing paragraph.
> * inline: Position the morph as a character within the text.
> Cheers,
>   - Andreas
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>> Subject: Embedding Morphs into Text
>> Is it possible to embed a morph into a chunk of text?  Like a picture
>> in a word document or something?

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