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Our graphic designers love their overset textframes, to get a scrollable region of text.

I can *approximate* this using In5's scrollable overset rects option, but I can only do this with real text, which often looks absolutely nothing like what the designers intended.

So my options are, scrollable divs that make my designers sad, or perfectly rendered but non-scrollable areas that make my designers sad.

It should be reasonably trivial to have an overset div with an img inside it that can scroll (which is what I'm currently doing using a manual and arduous post-processing step), it would be absolutely spiffing if In5 could do it for me.
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This can now be done using a Scrollable Frame Overlay.

Or some CSS, which will be easy to add in an upcoming update. More on that soon...
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