I'm seeing this behavious when editing a grid where the row gutter reset itself when I hit the
Add Row button.
The bug :
- I have a page with gridder enabled on pages.
Row Gutterform field is set to 3%.
- I click the
- A row is added without any Row Gutter above. The
Row Gutterform field is emptied (not showing 3% anymore). All other row gutters in the grid stay intact, as they were.
- Only way to set that row gutter to 3% is to manually go to the
Row Gutterform field and set it to 3% again.
I reckon this is not the expected behavious. While variable Row Gutter within the same grid could be a feature, it seem here that something makes the set row gutter not to be applied to newly added rows.
Before adding row :
After adding row (I just set the row bg-color to purple to clearly see that there is no gutter ++ "Row Gutter Field" is now empty) :
Extra Steps that I can think of to reproduce happening during website configuration :
I first created the pages and enabled the gridder on pages.
Then I set the gridder defaults of row gutter to 0% and used once the
Apply "Desktop Gridder Defaults" function
I set the
Row Gutter to 3%, added a couple of rows than saved.
Interesting to note :
Can reproduce as indefinitely in the same page : add row -> no gutter added -> set Row Gutter to 3% -> expected result -> add row -> no gutter added -> set to 3% -> expected result, etc,..
If i manually set the Row Gutter to "0%" (same as the "Gridder Defaults" value), when I add a row the
Row Gutter field is not emptied and stays set as "0%". Only when I have the Row Gutter set to a different value than default the bug happends.
My guess :
When adding a row, instead of checking first if the page has a specific row gutter, it directly fetches the default row gutter defined in "Gridder Defaults".