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Text wrap not working as intended

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Hi

Please see movie - there is a text fragment on top of the shape which I consider a bug.

Update: I found out that it only happens when I assign the wrap to the group consisting of the red shape and the white text - however: still strange...

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It's a bit difficult to tell from your movie, but the stray text looks like it's from the white lettering, rather than the text box. I'm wondering if there is some hidden text or an outline from text that is being affected by the text wrapping setting.

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As PaulEC says without knowing exactly what object(s) have text wrap applied + with what wrapping contour(s) it isn't possible to judge your situation clearly. For a closer look you could upload an an .afpub with these objects.

I assume your experience is related to this logged subject:

 


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