The default way Lectora wraps text around an image i dont like very much. Designwise i want to wrap text closer fitting to the boundary of images. After some experimenting i succeeded in that with the help of GSAP’s SplitText plugin ( http://greensock.com/SplitText ) and a JQuery hittest plugin ( http://e-smartdev.com/#!jsPluginList/hittestJQuery ) to check whether the textlines hit the image.
Esmart hittest plugin needs the HTML5 ‘Canvas’-tag. And too bad Lectora doesnt add this tag when publishing html. Allthough it works it now uses the bounding boxes 🙁
GSAP SplitText is only available when you are a member of Club Greensock ( as i am ;-). So i cannot upload a working Lectora sample to show you all. There is when you google a bit however a opensource alternative for SplitText. That you can find here ( http://www.netgfx.com/trunk/splitText/examples/examples.html ) It should work fine too for these kind of text animations. But i do prefer GSAP 😉
The attached Lectora is the complete setup, but GSAP SplitText js has been removed, so it will not work.