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    Question LSID question: padding on UI element names?

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    using LS Interface Designer. How does one get ui element names, as illustrated, to correctly take up their proper space.

    In the image the two names should be "Light Type" and "Light Name" respectively. I don't see any control that would allow me to add room to the element.
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    double click on the text field portion and a little dot should show up on the left side of the field. click and drag that dot to resize the field or give the label more room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xchrisx View Post
    double click on the text field portion and a little dot should show up on the left side of the field. click and drag that dot to resize the field or give the label more room.
    Ahh, great, thanks!
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