with surprise I have discovered, that the last InsertionPoint of a textframe sometimes will be the first InsertionPoint of another textFrame. Or the 'parentTextFrame' of the last InsertionPoint is different to the 'parent textframe' of it (the textframe which has addressed the insertionPoint to be it's last).
You can reconstruct this, making two textframes and chaining them.
Be sure that text flows from one textframe into the other.
It's the same thing with all text containers -- for example, get the index<br />of insertion point -1 of paragraph 1 and compare it to the index of<br />insertion point 1 of paragraph 2. Insertion points live in the twilight<br />zone...<br /><br />-- <br />Shane Stanley <firstname.lastname@example.org>