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Is it possible to change table styling in Freda?
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I changed the number of columns to only one and it seems that the width of the table is the same as when there were two columns. Maybe there's a stylesheet somewhere I can edit or something?
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(01-16-2020, 02:10 PM)jp06 Wrote: I changed the number of columns to only one and it seems that the width of the table is the same as when there were two columns. Maybe there's a stylesheet somewhere I can edit or something?

That 'number of columns' setting is controlling the way that text as a whole is laid out on the screen - whether you get one column, or two, or however many, across the page. 

It does not specifically impact table elements.

But if Freda is doing something that you do not like with the layout of tables ... that's entirely possible.  Freda is quite bad at drawing tables.  The good news is that I have recently written a new version of the Freda parsing/rendering code, which is much better at tables (and all kinds of CSS layout).  In the current release, this new code is available, but you only get it if you ask for it.  In the settings screen, find the 'advanced rendering (experimental)' section and switch it on - and now you will see the new parsing/rendering code at work.
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(01-16-2020, 03:06 PM)jim_chapman Wrote: In the settings screen, find the 'advanced rendering (experimental)' section and switch it on - and now you will see the new parsing/rendering code at work.

That actually did it, looks much better now. Should have fiddled more before asking. Thanks for the help!
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