I have a serious of auto-generated documents in various languages that include a mix of LTR and RTL languages. I am trying to come up with common markup that works across both directions. I've run into some trouble aligning images. When I wrap images at the start of a line, the LTR version properly wraps but the RTL version drops the image into the margin.

How do I correct the placement of the image so that both LTR and RTL variants will wrap the text around the image?

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\setuppapersize [A5]
\starttypescript [sans] [notolatin]
    \definefontsynonym [Sans] [name:notosans]
    \definefontsynonym [SansBold] [name:notosansbold]
    \definefontsynonym [SansItalic] [name:notosansitalic]
    \definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic] [name:notosansbolditalic]
\starttypescript [sans] [notoarabic]
    \definefontsynonym [Sans] [name:notonaskharabic] [range=persian,features=persian]
    \definefontsynonym [SansBold] [name:notonaskharabicbold]
    \definefontsynonym [SansItalic] [name:notonaskharabicitalic]
    \definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic] [name:notonaskharabicbolditalic]
\definetypeface [notolatin] [ss] [sans] [notolatin]
\definetypeface [notoarabic] [ss] [sans] [notoarabic]
\define\EN{\setupbodyfont[notolatin,ss]\pardir TLT \textdir TLT}
\define\PE{\setupbodyfont[notoarabic,ss]\pardir TRT \textdir TRT}
\pagedir TRT
\bodydir TRT
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    {\PE \bf ۱.آفرینش}
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\pagedir TLT
\bodydir TLT
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