Can you clarify what you want?
FIG is a peer of <P> and <UL> etc. and as such terminates a preceding
paragraph. If you want to start an image in the middle of the paragraph
and have the rest of the paragraph flow around it you should use IMG
with ALIGN = left or right, as per Netscape.
> It seems that a multi-line figure with text flowing around it can only be at
> the left or right. Why can't multi-line figures be placed as they are
> encountered? This is the way Windows help works for example.
This doesn't seem very natural when a text line continues up to an image
as a single line while the remaining text after the image then piles up
next to as several lines ...
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