In my repeating section, I'm trying to create a header row using Rich Text controls with an appropriate border and styles, but I'm unable to reduce the width below some kind of enforced minimum:
Nothing in the stock CSS indicates that a minimum width is being enforced, so is this a limitation of the designer? Is there a way around this, or am I force to use two controls: one for the text label (with transparent background and border), and one for the container (with visible background and border)?
This also applies to other controls like the Calculated Value, Single Line Textbox, etc.
Thanks very much for sharing that Manfred Lauer!
While this work-around achieves the end result I'm looking for, it's a shame that we cannot manually resize controls below some unknown, arbitrary minimum value.
What I ended up doing is creating a bunch of classes called .width50, .width60, etc, with an !important width of 50px, 60px so that when I'm designing I can just add that extra class to my control to have "shrink" accordingly.