Hello @ mistercreate Thanks for the reply.
The problem I am running into is when I am adjusting for responsiveness.
I make extra cells (usually rows) so that when I get to mobile portrait mode, it’s easy for me to move cell content from sideways to stacked. That way, I don’t have to add new rows or columns. It’s a very powerful strategy and works great!
Here’s the problem. Once a grid is populated, as you clarified, all the dashed lines disappear. I can’t see where the cells are. When I go to drag contents to their new position, I am ‘flying blind’ and end up guessing. The grid gets seriously messed up! I build the grid fast, but it’s agonizingly slow to edit by moving contents.
It’s also fairly common that I end up with 1 pixel wide rows or columns. OUCH.
Please consider these two suggestions
- Make the grid visible (or partially visible) instead of 100% invisible.
- Provide an Style option switch ‘Grid Outlines’ = on/off
Either of these would be a HUGE help in my workflow. Grids are truly great, but this improvement will make them amazing. They deserve it.