I am having a Nintex forms formatting 'issue' and was wondering whether someone already has a workaround. Very simple actually, it's about how Nintex Forms formats a choice control in case the text is too long to go on one line. Example of what it does and what I would like it to do:
Any awesome ideas?
I am using Nintex Forms 2013 On Prem, most recent release (22.214.171.124).
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I found if you change the CSS class of
and set display: inherit;
that it will put the text alongside the checkbox/radio button. Because it is set to inline-block it forces it to it's own line.
You could just put in your own class instead so that you do not accidentally overwrite other labels.
That's interesting that it would be different. I wonder if the CSS class inheritance is changed when in the web part. Maybe trying to force an inline-block would help and not use inheritiance
I'm using Nintex Forms 126.96.36.199 and can't get this to work. I emailed Nintex support and they said it's because this thread is based on 2.5.
Anybody out there get this working on 2.9? Thanks in advance.
Then the css classes have changed since. Thanks for the update. But I believe the same effect will work if you can apply an inline-block to the values.
I'm trying to follow your instructions, but the "set display: inherit;" portion is grayed out in my form designer. Is this a setting I should have my admin change so I can edit the display format?
Would that be something I just add to a new line 4 in the Custom CSS form setting?
/* Template styles */
.nf-form-input .nf-filler-control-inner, .nf-form-label .nf-filler-control-inner
/* Label styling for desktop layout */