I am using the NEW responsive forms in Nintex and I have a repeating section in the form and have ran out of room for my columns, can anyone tell me how to re-size my form its currently 900 x 700 and I want to make it bigger so that I can fit more columns into the repeating section?
Would this work?
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You cannot make it wider. You can only extend it in height. No possibility to change the width. And yes - you can only put up to 4 columns in a row. Hope it helps to clarify your doubts
I'm also having this issue - my responsive form has a lot of white space at the bottom, it's a very small form (for starting workflows) and there's about 300px of space between the "start" button and the bottom of the form. I'm using it in a web part, so I don't want that space...
Euan Gamble Dan Burke Jonathan Butler
I've just run into the same issue. A customer's form has the need for 6 columns in a repeating section and I'm limited to 4 Columns or starting a new row in the repeating item. Not ideal considering 3 of the 6 columns are simply checkboxes. I dont want to go back to classic forms now, just so I can support complex (more than 4?) columns
From discussions with Euan Gamble, it sounds like they are aware of this and likely implementing a much larger number of columns for usage in Universal Forms.
Now.. to get our hands on Universal Forms... I've heard 2019, but January or December?
why would you still implemented a limit there?
if I ran a form on a 4K monitor and wanted it to be as wide as possible, why should I still be limited to 8 (or arbitrary number of) columns?