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When no other solution seems available, fine tuning by hand may be helpful. Lately, I was trying to raise the content of a wrapfigure because it was eating the bottom margin. I had something like:

figure content

but it does not work. Would you have a solution? We have to make sure that the wrapfigure environment does not know that something is moved inside. (It makes me think of the \mathclap command from the mathtools package).

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I am using XeLatex with Chinese fonts, but I believe the problem is the same in other system: \usepackage[BoldFont...]{xeCJK} ... ... \section{xxxxx} \begin{wrapfigure}{O}{0.2\textwidth} \begin{center} \includegraphics[scale=1, angle=0]{s} \end{center} \end{wrapfigure} ......(all characters become BoldFont instead of the normal font) ..... However as I move the warpfigure to the second paragraph, i.e. \section is separated from warpfigure, the problem disappeared. Could anyone tell me how to correct this issue? Thanks – user2127 Jan 9 '11 at 10:55
@JLT: If you have a question, then you should ask a new question. So it would be best to make a new post and link to this one. – Hendrik Vogt Jan 9 '11 at 10:55
Just a note to confirm Hendrik's comment, this ought to be reposted as a fresh question for you to get the best chance of it being answered. – Loop Space Jan 9 '11 at 10:55
up vote 9 down vote accepted

Instead of a \raisebox you can shift the content up by adding some negative vertical space before the figure content, and then compensate for that afterwards. For example compare


\fbox{figure content}

\fbox{figure content}

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thanks, it seems to be a solution. – pluton Oct 5 '10 at 13:28

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