I have a layer with text wrap underneath another layer. I don't want the text wrap to affect the layer above but I want it to affect the current layer. The order of the layers and objects is as follows:
circle 2 (text wrap so text 2 stays inside)
circle 1 (text wrap so text 1 stays inside)
However the wrap from circle 1 affects text 2 as well and I don't want that to happen, while I still want it to wrap inside circle 2.
Anyone got any ideas please?
You can set text wrap to only affect objects below in the prefs (but that's a bad idea if you use transparency, because text should always be above transparent objects if the design allows it). That said, you say the circles have text wrap applied to keep the text INSIDE them? Why not just use the circles as the text frames?
If I pick the option for an object to not be affected by text wrap, it won't be affected by the wrap of its own layer as well. So I can't use that.
Because the text isn't going around the edge on all sides. It's left aligned and the only part that wraps is the right hand side so I need a different text frame for that.
Looks like there is no way of doing it :/
Unfortunately I am restricted by a confidentiality agreement on this project. But there were some other changes that needed to be done so I didn't need to do that anymore. I will investigate this should I have the same problem again.
Thanks for the help so far though.