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Kelvin
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Hopefully a quick issue.

When placing a widget on a page there seems to be scaling issues if we change the amount of space we want it to fill (e.g. 3 out of the four columns)

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Links set to use 4 columns.

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Links set to 3 columns, there is a large amount of white space before the next widget

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Hi @Kelvin,

Can you please clarify a bit more how to replicate?

In your first screenshot (4 cols) the first link takes the entire width. What is the configuration of that link? Because I can also see that is the only one that doesn't have text on it.

The 2nd screenshot has an icon on the right hand side, is  that part of a different widget?

Thank you,

Daniel.

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Hi @Daniel Dekel Sorry let me change the page to show the headers etc.

 

Link widget covering 4 columns

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Link widget covering 3 columns (The whitespace is the same if I select 1 or 2 columns)

The only change is to the number of columns used
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Hi @Kelvin,

Thank you for the examples. There are differences if you use 3 or 4 columns. 4 uses the entire width of the page making it impossible to have another widget next to it. In that case (full width) it can use a smaller height. When it has 3 columns, it will usually have a widget next to it and in that case the layout will attempt to set the same height to all the widgets in the row. That's why you see the difference.

You can still force it if you want by selecting the "Use Content Height" in the Style tab if the widget config. 

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Let me know if it worked for you.

Regards,

Daniel.

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