Can you post a screen shot?
I suspect, though, that you are out of luck for an easy solution. Indents don't get honored in general when text wrap pushes the lines to the right.
I don't understand why the option to have automated bullet list when text wrap pushes the line to the right is not part of Indesign.
This issue is know for a long time now and nothing has changed. For example :
To Peter Spier : this time you say that sheridanmc is out of luck. In my post you told me that I should us manual indent… or that "I think the current behavior makes a better look" or "that is how the program works right now and that it doesn't bother me personally".
This is the kind of unprofessionnal answer which is unacceptable.
I had the same problem last week. Left of the list was an image. My solution in this case was: I set the list into a frame and anchored this frame in the normal text flow. It worked fine here.
Yoou are entitled to a personal opinion about text appearance, as am I, and there's nothing unprofessional about expressing an opinion or telling a user that the program works the way it does. If you are not happy with the feature, use a workaround, such as Willi's, and file a feature request: Adobe - Feature Request/Bug Report Form
Thank you very much Willi for your answer. It worked fine for me.
What is unprofessional is to try to justify a forgotten feature in a profesional software with such excuses as "you are out of luck".
There is no logic reason to explain why Adobe develloped bullet list which work perfectly when an objets is place on the right but not on the left. I already posted a feature request.
I remember that in the first version of InDesign they forgot to offer justify text option into blocks. If i tell it your way, people who needed this solution where just out of luck.
I'm was not saying it was an unreasonable feature request, but like any feature, forgotten or not, until it is implemented you are, essentially, out of luck unless you come up with a workaround.
There are many things ID does not do, and many users who would like to be able to do them, and we're all out of luck. Some things can be worked around by scripting (like end notes), others require a lot of manual work. If you expect ID to honor hanging indents on the right side of a text wrap in any current version you are out of luck. You must find another way, like Willi's anchored frame, which has its own set of problems if you do additional editing.