"This is not a bug. Before this release, if you set 3,2,1 grid, and if you only had ONE item, the item would take the entire width of the layout."
Thats not true, it would be centered, without filling the frame (you have this thing called narrower, remember?)
If there is no way to have it work as it did, or possibly have an option to do both, I may want to ask for a roll back version to install.. This new system ruins my workflow. It worked before, now it does not. (unless I want to micromanage every single page) I would want to avoid going to every page (100+) and custom select how many folders are in there. That seems like a setback, when earlier it would simply ignore the numbers and center the content that was there. I could just add new content to existing pages and it would automatically figure it out. (up to 6 pr row on a pc, up to 2 pr row on a phone) Easy! Simplicity is why I bought into this system. Id imagine that ease of use is the point of having it. While at the same time powerful and complex if you wanted it to be. The perfect balance. But being forced to micromanage every change and addition you make, becomes a chore.
I cant claim to understand how to technically make it work, I just know that the way it worked back when I made my page, determined how I build it, in the optimum way. And now its changed. For the worse (in my case)
If the way it was before was a mistake, it was a lucky mistake that I exploited to the fullest with great satisfaction.
The people complaining about the images filling the page should just have used the (narrow, narrower, narrowest) function.. It did the job perfectly.
Besides the layouts have never and still dont align properly with the frame. If you combine a justified layout of gallery images with a grid of folders, they are not equally wide ;) (over time I have learned to live with it tho)
https://www.jottacloud.com/s/1182e9450d ... ffb9554e32
So what does this new change do for you?
I will be content with just getting a pre X3 26 version back and then never update it again.