It’s been an upsetting week for many. We know there are Blocs users who will be directly and indirectly effected by the events in the Ukraine. We had plans to send out the Blocs newsletter mail shot earlier this week, but it just didn’t feel right, so we have put that on hold.
We have a number of fixes for the latest beta version of Blocs, which we want to get out as it effects some users websites, I just didn’t want to post a beta update without first acknowledging the more import issues going on right now.
Here is Blocs V4.5 beta build 3.
Thanks to all who are able to help test this beta build.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have a row with 2 columns inside a card-body.
The width of the row shows up different in Blocs 4.5.0-b3 than with Blocs 4.4.2.
The settings are the same and there are no classes applied.
Right, but this should not matter. The point is that the width should be the same in both Blocs versions.
Anyway, I removed all classes just to make sure and it’s still the same.
I think it’s a bug in 4.5.0-b3 and b2.
Just curious: how do you know, that there’s a class applied?
A class called .divider-half is added and has its width set to 50% (that’s why its called half )
To my knowledge this is not a bootstrap class so it needs to come from somewhere. As its not in your file its ( I assume here) Blocs which adds it.
Adding the class .divider-half to the class manager and set the width to 100% gives me different results on different occasions. In one occasion I added the class and when removing it the width did reset itself magically to 100%.
Hey @Bootsie@Maxim I think this issue is caused by the new dividers. Blocs 4.5 contains a migration function for dividers to move them to the new HTML. However, it looks like its causing some errors when the half divider is used.
Fix coming today.
Please note, the fix will not correct projects saved in Blocs v4.5 beta 3.
But when you open your project in 4.5 beta 4 the error should no longer occur as long as it has not been saved in V4.5 beta 3.