Why my admin products page look confusing?

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    blankJason Lee
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    Please refer to FAQ:
    Q. Why my admin product listing or orders listing pages look confusing like this:

    I also got this layout issue, tried to disable some columns so it looks better, but when I change to a smaller screen, the layout breaks again and confused my client. It seems like the responsiveness of the column for cost and profit?

    Thanks!

    #89643
    blankZohaib
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    Hi,

    This is not an issue with the plugin but more to do with the screen resolution. You may need to disable more columns from the screen options when accessing the reports from a smaller screen.

    #89644
    blankJason Lee
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    Thanks for the reply, but I’m sorry to say the solution is not really helping…It is impossible to tell clients about cutting columns to avoid the issue, and a smaller screen should not be an issue.

    We found the issue is the Cost and Profit <td> are existing without responsive width, while other columns are with responsive width such as {integer}%. When we hard coded a percentage width on Cost and Profit column just through the F12 console, the problem has been solved. Please suggest on any simple fixes on adding the width style on the extra 2 columns?

    #89645
    blankZohaib
    Participant

    Hi,

    Our developers just released a new version (v2.4.2) with the new options.

    Probably if you just update the plugin the issue will be fixed, as there will be an {integer}% width present for the columns.

    You will be able to change the width if you want though. You will find the option under the products tab in the plugin’s settings.

    #89646
    blankJason Lee
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    Great thanks for solving this issue, it works finally! 🙂

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