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Offline albano

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Sortable fields don't render properly
« on: 08.02.2019 20:47:59 »
I need assistance in making sure the sortable fields display properly. I thought it was an issue with the translation language, but after placing the language back to default (english), the issue is the same. Here is a sample:

http://guitarravallenata.com/gv/index.php/canciones/category/57-acordes. See attached screenshot as well.

Offline ColinM

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Re: Sortable fields don't render properly
« Reply #1 on: 11.02.2019 00:30:50 »
Hi
You are using a very old table based Layout that suffers from such problems.  Sugest you switch to the more recent versions which are div based.Technicaly the table cell is set to 40% but the 'text' is longer!
ColinPS could you advise which version of jD you are using please.

Offline albano

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Re: Sortable fields don't render properly
« Reply #2 on: 16.02.2019 01:06:43 »
Hi
You are using a very old table based Layout that suffers from such problems.  Sugest you switch to the more recent versions which are div based.Technicaly the table cell is set to 40% but the 'text' is longer!
ColinPS could you advise which version of jD you are using please.

Interesting that joomla's default protostar style uses "old table based layout." Which style template would you recommend I use?

jDownloads Version 3.2.63

Offline ColinM

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Re: Sortable fields don't render properly
« Reply #3 on: 18.02.2019 13:34:44 »
Hi
Suggest you use "Standard Files Layout without Checkboxes v3.2" - there are layouts with the same name as the table based ones but have '3.2' in the name.
Noted your wry comment about Protostar using Tables.  My reference was to the old style in jD.  Tables still have a use but they are less helpfull on small devices. In general they are less responsive.
Colin