As far as I can see there is no mechanism for floating an element to bottom-left or bottom-right with surrounding text wrap. So please:
Make two new values for float
, which allow floating an element to the bottom AND left/right AND wrapping text around it.
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We will add this to the roadmap.
Seconding this one, though in our case, support for the "block-start" and "block-end" values from the latest draft of the CSS Page Floats module would also suffice - if I'm reading it correctly, those are effectively top-left and bottom-right (respectively) in an LTR document, and we haven't yet run into a need for top-right or bottom-left.
I created an account just to find out if I can do this. I see it was "added to the roadmap" 3 years ago. As far as I can tell, it is not yet a feature. Of course, I'd also like (prefer, actually) to have float: top-left and float: top-right.
Prince does not support those keywords yet, no.
One possible workaround would be to use the "repelling" feature of colum floats. Here's an example:https://css4.pub/2022/float/#repelling-other-content