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[SUBMITTED][SUGGESTION] - All dashboard element span two vertical spaces


AutoFrank
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Hi @T.Konopka

 

Could you ask the development team if it would be possible for a dashboard element to span two vertical spaces.

I think for any medium/large system this would be very benefical

 

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-f

 

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  • 2 minutes ago, Jamie mccrostie said:

    @autofrank How sad is this, after checking your photo I have discovered dashboard features  which I never even knew exsisted.

     

     

    @Jamie mccrostie:oops:

    Think of it as a late easter present :-)

     

     

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    Hi @AutoFrank,

     

    how do you configure the dashboard to get the scenes and actors (your screenshot) double height? I mean in my situation everything is same height (half screen?!?)

     

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    @Jamie mccrostie,

     

    I've read it but didn't understand a word of it......

     

    English is not my native language.

     

    I was not aware, that the pic posted by @AutoFrank was manipulated pic. Sorry...

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    4 minutes ago, Bodyart said:

    @Jamie mccrostie,

     

    I've read it but didn't understand a word of it......

     

    English is not my native language.

     

    I was not aware, that the pic posted by @AutoFrank was manipulated pic. Sorry...

    No need to  be sorry your written English is great

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    Just now, Jamie mccrostie said:

    No need to  be sorry your written English is great

    At last I understand the meaning of "mock up" thanks to uncle Google :-)

    Learning English here on forum, heheheh

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