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Misaligned text on new technical info

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adanieluy
Joined: 2-Dec-2012
Posts: 453
I just seen new design of technical info, and was happy it as sorted by bot, without need of referees working on it.
But I also see the text on left of boxes is long, causing misalignment. Please see the capture:
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radrick007
Joined: 7-Feb-2011
Posts: 2314
I would suggest we may be able to lose all the 'of the' text, for example:

'Metal of the core of the centre' would become 'Centre core metal'
'Metal of the plating of the centre' would become 'Centre plating metal'
etc, etc.

Also, if there was a way of identifying on the right that all the fields related to metals then you could avoid repeating that word in each description.

Just a thought ...
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Status changed to Solved (Xavier, 29-Aug-2019, 10:02PM)
Xavier Site admin
Joined: 16-Jan-2007
Posts: 4049
Hello,
I fixed the alignment and I simplified the wording.
Since all these fields are below the label "Composition", I guess that "Centre core" will be explicit enough instead of "Metal of the core of the centre".
adanieluy
Joined: 2-Dec-2012
Posts: 453
Quote: "Xavier"​Hello,
​I fixed the alignment and I simplified the wording.
​Since all these fields are below the label "Composition", I guess that "Centre core" will be explicit enough instead of "Metal of the core of the centre".
​Now it's perfect!!! thank you very much!!
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