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Field position based on another field

Hi,

 

I have the following problem:

 

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I have this Sharepoint list. Now I would like to add a dividing header ( as you can see in the screenshot named "CC/Inside Sales tölti ki") which separates the fields from each other. 

 

Right now, there is an actual field behind that header (Component) and I just moved this header on top of it, so it covers the field. The problem is, when I open up the form from Sharepoint, this header sometimes moves away a bit, and part of the field behind is displayed, which doesn't look professional. 

 

So my questions are:

1) Is there any other way to insert a separating Header between certain rows of fields?

2) If not, I can go with this idea that I used, but then I would like to set the position of the Header the same, as the position of the field behind it, therefore I assume it will not move. 

 

I hope I explained well.

 

Thanks

Peter

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@McElroy15 ,

Add a custom card and set the width to the same as the form. Put it in the order required and then put a label inside it with your heading.

 

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Advocate II

Hi @McElroy15 

 

not sure if I understand your issue correctly but if you want to define the position of an element "B" based on the size of another element "A" you can use the Width and Height properties of element A in the X and Y properties of element B

 

Example: "Field_B" should be positioned right below "Field_A":

 

Y property of Field_B:

Y = Field_A.Y + Field_A.Height

 

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@McElroy15 ,

Add a custom card and set the width to the same as the form. Put it in the order required and then put a label inside it with your heading.

 

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Hi @McElroy15 ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

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Hi WarrenBelz,

 

Yeah, that did it, thanks a lot for the help! 🙂

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