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PAW allows authors to create books that contains views whose grid are fully responsive (which means that the grid fills the size of the widget). It would be super useful to have a ‘semi-responsive’ option that allows only rows or only columns to fill the widget space
For example, an author might want to create a book with two views stacked next each other with 1 column and X rows. In this case we don’t want to limit in anyway the number of rows to be displayed. However, we want the single columns to fill the widget width entirely. The result is that the author can tweak the widget so that we can display as much information as possible (max cell width) without hurting the data navigation (no limitation on row display)
State your current workaround
The author has to manually resize the column so that it fills the widget. However, any difference in screen size or resolution on the consumer laptop will mess with that fine tuning.
State any proposed solution
Within the parameters of the view, introduce 2 sliders under “responsive view” (one for rows, one for columns) that can be switched on/off individually
State the benefits/value this idea has, state # of users impacted and how often are they impacted)
This enhancement will allow modelers to tweak the widget so that he/she can display as much information as possible (max cell width/height) without hurting the data navigation (no limitation on the # of row or columns to be displayed)
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