I have a floating group that is a side menu on page
It is set to be at x = 0 and width is set to 235px because I want it to be only 220px but the scroll bar seems to take up 15px and if I don’t adjust the overall size of the floating group for this, the elements in my floating group are automatically resized, despite having a “fixed width” group containing all the elements.
Either way, that isn’t much of an issue as the elements on page are unaffected by this.
My problem is that I have a lot of filter choices and want to have a “second” floating group that is lined up next to the floating group that is the left side menu.
My logical thought is to set the X position of the “second” floating group to be 235 since the side menu is 235px in width.
However, the results are perplexing as the “second” floating group is nowhere near the side menu.
All that orange between the two floating groups is the color of the page for visualization of the problem.
Why is there such a huge gap?
The “second” floating group is positioned correctly if I have the X value set to 0…why would it not be displaying correctly when I change the X value…instead of being at X 235 it looks like it at X = 265
My inspector shows it as if everything is okay
Anybody ever experience something like this before and find a way to “fix it”…I don’t want to attempt to change the X value to some arbitrary number that seems to work for one screen size but changes as the page is resized because right now when I collapse the page width the “second” floating group gets pushed over toward the left of the page
There has got to be a way to get the floating group to stay in the correct X position regardless of current page width.
Responsive settings on floating groups is pretty basic, just give ability for fixed width or a max and min value.