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Buttons Radio widget not placing multiple buttons on 1 row ...Asked by guysyml on January 13, 2015 at 07:26 PM
I am seeking to use the Buttons Radio widget on a form.
However, it does not seem what settings I try, when I only have 2 buttons (Yes, No), It is aligning the buttons vertically rather than horizontally
I have tried with Columns set to 0, 1 and 2.
All of those options place it button in 1 column, rather than 1 row.
The form width is 250 and button width is only 80 ...
I created a test form here ... Is the widget having challenges or am I mis-configuring something?
I could not replicate this issue.
I cloned your jotform and set the form width at 250px..and I did not touch the Radio button setting.
the buttons position correctly on this jotform http://form.jotformpro.com/form/50127851525957?
Please check again if still not working for you.
Let us know if issue remains.
For other users who might run into this issue ...
When I am designing the form in Google Chrome, the buttons are all in 1 row as desired. (Just as in the answer)
However, when I am designing the same form in Firefox, they are not. They are in 1 column and I cannot seem to change it.
It is probably due to different browser configurations. A users browser can vary a lot depending on all those plugins/add-ons and including Operating system differences.
I checked also on my Firefox browser, I did not see any difference versus when using Chrome.
Let us know if you need further assistance.