New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

Akhilesh1011
Contributor

New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

Hi,

I have a grid to publish in New UX page where it requires 2 lists in rows. I am unable to resize the width for each list individually in the grid card.  In my case, List 1 in rows have smaller names and List 2 in rows have larger name which requires sizing but with less extra white space.

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Ingilavicus
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

Hi @Akhilesh1011 ,

 

Currently you can't adjust the width of nested dimensions in the NUX. IF you slide they just keep a 50/50 split. 

 

The only workaround is to publish a saved view. Manage the widths in the saved view and when publishing to a page in NUX the width will be inherited. 

 

The drawback is that you lose some formatting options of the custom view of NUX and it might take a few tries to get the width right as it changes ever so slightly from what you see in module view and how it turns up in NUX.

 

Andirs

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Ingilavicus
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

Hi @Akhilesh1011 ,

 

Currently you can't adjust the width of nested dimensions in the NUX. IF you slide they just keep a 50/50 split. 

 

The only workaround is to publish a saved view. Manage the widths in the saved view and when publishing to a page in NUX the width will be inherited. 

 

The drawback is that you lose some formatting options of the custom view of NUX and it might take a few tries to get the width right as it changes ever so slightly from what you see in module view and how it turns up in NUX.

 

Andirs

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Akhilesh1011
Contributor

Re: New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

Thank You @Ingilavicus
AntonMineev
Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: New UX Grid card Multiple Dimension Sizing in rows

What's your question? If you want to make different widths of references in lines, then try to make a saved view. Then the proportions of the width will be preserved.