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Field labels in data forms

With the new QuickBase presentation layer, the HTML that displays data in a form has a pseudo last column in each row which is excessively wide. I presume that this is an attempt to potentially better vertically justify fields, but it has the adverse effect of causing field labels to wrap unnecessarily. For example, I have a table where one of the field labels is QuickBooksID_Company1, but the form displays y1 on a second line, which is clearly ridiculous. Why was this change made, rather than leaving the HTML to figure out vertical justification?


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