I have a view that uses a column container, with a bunch of rows. I am tasked with adding a new component, in a new row, near the top. I can’t find a way to insert a new row, so right now its looking like I have to start moving everything piece meal one row at a time. Is there a better way to do this? If not, consider this my submission for a feature to be able to insert rows in column containers.
It’s a worthwhile feature request, but in the meantime - edit the view JSON in a text editor? Probably both faster and less error-prone.
Clever. Works. To anyone else attempting this though make sure you do what I did - find your LAST row in your view - mine was 6. Then add 1 to it, and continue, counting dowwards, until you hit where you want a new row. I wanted a new row at rowIndex 1, so I had to do the followng
SEARCH: "rowIndex": 6 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 7 SEARCH: "rowIndex": 5 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 6 SEARCH: "rowIndex": 4 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 5 SEARCH: "rowIndex": 3 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 4 SEARCH: "rowIndex": 2 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 3 SEARCH: "rowIndex": 1 REPLACE: "rowIndex: 2
After that I saved the file, opened up the view in Designer and I had a new row where I wanted.
If you’re views are complicated though - like you have a component on row X for Mediium but row Y for Large, this method might cause more complications than its worth.