pbhq wrote:Yes, I use the GRID layout global for all folders. With 2 or more subfolders, everything is ok, but with only one folder, the preview uses almost the entire page.
I can tell you why this is happening: You are using a GRID layout which uses columns (normally 3). All folders are then distributed into the columns. If you only have 1-2 folders, X3 will only create columns to match the amount of folders (why create empty columns?). Therefore, in your case since you only have one folder, there will only be one column, which then consumes the available space.
I know this is not optimal. I think I will change X3 so that the columns amount will remain the same, even if there is only one folder. That of course means that the single folder will look a bit lonely all by itself aligned to the left. Sounds ok?
In my opinion, you should avoid IMAGES and SUBFOLDERS inside the same folder, as it does not seem intuitive for visitor. I would either have only images, or only folders, where all images are contained inside the subfolders.
pbhq wrote:I could solve the problem now with "Folder Layout Witdh", but I would prefer a global solution (via CSS or something).
Because it's actually a GRID, there is no CSS solution for this. If you need to fix it prior to an official solution, I would apply the folder layout width to "narrowest".