Gary Ross wrote:
>> (In theory...) An object that is floated has the same vertical
>> position it would have were it not floated. Float merely shifts it
>> to one side or the other.
> So I threw up this quick 'tutorial'.
> Put together very quickly, but perhaps illustrates what we are trying
> to say :-)
Yes, example three and four show what I was trying to say. Box #3 is
not moved up by being floated. As Bruno pointed out, of course, you
really need all nine rules to understand fully how floats should behave.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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