User:Ineuw/Sandbox2

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@Ineuw:
Ineuw, you really need to pay closer attention to at least keeping uniform margins on the x-axis (left & right margins) in drawing up your pics. You probably think having a lopsided, larger margin to one side means you can use it as padding the against the text column or something but when we float something with both an image and text (flies & caption in this case) it becomes an investment in quickly diminishing returns when trying to compensate for the original "lopsidedness" for every other piece in the container beside the pic.

I leave you the three ways I think will work - hopefully you can take it from here; if not just let me know. -- George Orwell III (talk) 04:39, 7 January 2015 (UTC)


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framless
Fig. 9. Fig. 10.
Fig. 9.—Cone-fly (Rhingia roslrata), natural size.
Fig. 10.Eristalis arbustorum, natural size.



2.

framless
Fig. 9. Fig. 10.
Fig. 9.—Cone-fly (Rhingia roslrata), natural size.
Fig. 10.Eristalis arbustorum, natural size.




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framless
Fig. 9. Fig. 10.
Fig. 9.—Cone-fly (Rhingia roslrata), natural size.
Fig. 10.Eristalis arbustorum, natural size.



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PSM V27 D619 Cone and hover fly.jpgFig. 9. Fig. 10. Fig. 9.—Cone-fly (Rhingia roslrata), natural size. Fig. 10.Eristalis arbustorum, natural size.