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I'd like to use Formulate, but the problem I have with both Formulate AND Umbraco Forms is the inability to specify non-uniform column widths.
Our current forms use the bootstrap grid classes for layout:
How can I do this with Formulate? If its not possible, is it something you could add to the roadmap?
I have created an issue so I remember to add this feature: https://github.com/rhythmagency/formulate/issues/48
It actually wouldn't be that hard. Also, Formulate has the ability to add custom layout designers, so technically anybody could do it without even modifying Formulate's source code (though, a pull request would be nice too).
I believe the built-in form rendering template (the Bootstrap/Angular one) already supports rendering non-uniform columns, so it'd just be a matter of modifying the designer so I can add varying column widths.
Not sure when I'll get to this, but it'll definitely get done eventually. Thanks for your interest in Formulate.
This has been implemented and will be part of the next Formulate release (probably within a couple days). Here's a preview:
Clicking "Add Row" at that point would add a row with 3 cells, each spanning 5, 2, and 5 columns, respectively.
FYI, this has been released: https://our.umbraco.org/projects/backoffice-extensions/formulate/formulate-questions/79184-formulate-034-just-released-non-uniform-column-widths
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