The upgrade is working fine for me, but I am still fighting the bloody linebreak/white space problem in the text editor.
Both tags tend to disappear once the post is saved or published. You can see the result here:
scroll down to close to the bottom but, *WARNING*, the text of the post mocks christian concepts!
I've got 2 images there, both (the 8th and the 9th) are lined to the left. The upper, small one has been given a text wrap, no problem. Next comes nr 9, a larger image, but without text on the side (the image spreads too wide for that). Both images however keep glueing together. To get a small amount of white space between them, I inserted in HTML
< p align="left" > < /p >
and I also tried
< p > < /p > (minus the spaces, of course)
The problem here seems to be that the height of the wrapped text is less than the height of the image. So between image 8 and 9, there is sort of a vacuum created, and it sucks image 9 literally upwards, so both image borders connect, and stay that way. (And no, I'm not willing to decrease the scale of image 8, it's already too tiny.)
You can see that the wrapped text does not align with the top of the small coloured image, So I pushed it down one line by inserting a separation tag there. This one works & holds, sofar! I hoped that the last line of that little textblock would push image 9 away. It doesn't.
In my view the pushing off should also work if I put the dividing tag UNDERNEATH the text (or straight after the last word). Nope. Even a whole row of such separation tags do not work. They stay visible in HTML, but they don't have any effect on the lay out of the published post.
I have also tried to use the spacebar after the last word and then make for a line break, or to add < /p > after every tag, but to no avail. Even if a wraptext consists of no more than one sentence or a name, it should be possible to keep the remains of the wrapped space 'open'.
Now in this particular post the stuck images are not the end of my artistic blogworld, but sometimes it leads to a messy effect, and some separation is really desired. Hence my question (once more): how can I firmly add more white spaces between images and textblocks.