Adjust column width in table views

:heart: Check out the below tip from Kirk_Masden. That’s better than mine. (I posted this topic because I didn’t see his tip in search according to my searching keyword.)

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Just in case you guys haven’t known.

In “DISPLAY NAME” of columns you need to adjust (extend), just put something like

"Column Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."

or

". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Column Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."

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Good tip!

I have a related tip on how to use Japanese spaces to do this in a way that is invisible. Ordinary spaces get ignored but Japanese spaces don’t.

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That’s great. I edited my post to pour all credit to you. Big thanks :blush:

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Thank you!!

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Thanks to both of you!!!

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I have the reverse problem.
I had the perfect spacing before. not sure if something changed but i noticed
several of my apps the spacing is now too wide.
I have checked Column width and it set to narrow…not sure what to do as now my app no longer fits my screen

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I’m not sure how this might be fixed by those of us who are building apps. It can be adjusted manually, however, by the user:

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OMG…REALLY…i missed this lol
thank you very much

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how to do that on the mobile?

Hi @Yossio ! Here’s something that relates to the manual adjustment of column width:

You have to drag the bar separating the columns but it can be a little hard.

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