Too much padding on inner rows
Regular rows come with some default lateral padding. 40 px seems the norm.
This is fine as you would normally want some lateral separation between the sides of the page/browser.
However, "inner rows" also come with the same default padding. This makes no sense to me. It should be logical that inner rows would not need such padding. So, we are forced to "clear padding" each.and.every.time we add a new row. While only 2 clicks, that is EONS in website creation time.
This gets particularly complicated, if not embarrassing, if the end client is managing the site.
Duda, kindly fix this annoying user-experience flaw.
Thanks in advance.
I think this would be a great addition to the Global Settings.. I added an Idea here you can vote on
That's all fine and dandy, but Duda really needs to separate bugs and u/x flaws from "ideas".1
Hi @Bruce_McCaughan! Thanks for reporting this. I've added the 'Bug' tag to your post so this thread is sent to the proper channels.0
Hi @Bruce_McCaughan !
Thanks for your feedback. I have escalated this issue to the Product Team.
Ticket for reference #SUP-2487.
I will update this thread once I hear from them.
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