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Controlling the form design

Thread began 5/03/2012 12:59 am by neo314 | Last modified 5/04/2012 3:14 am by neo314 | 731 views | 8 replies


Hi Ray,

I may have figured it out. I can adjust the

form.Sharp_Default label.sublabel, form.Sharp_Default td.DetailsPage, form.Sharp_Default td.DetailsSublabel

width to adjust the label width, and

form.Sharp_Default div.errorGroup

to adjust the position of the fields.

I do think the layout is getting into too many elements, but I did not see any way to adjust the margin of the errorGroup item in the form creator wizard and I think that is an odd name for the element. I understand the logic (it wraps what can have an error), but it is really the inputWrapper within which an error can appear. It is a bit counter intuitive because all the elements with names related to the field have no impact on its position... I have to move the error group over.

Would I be correct in assuming that when the form builder bugs are fixed, I'd have control over this in the wizard, but just under a different name?

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