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Adjusting dialog container width

Updated on December 13, 2022
Applicable to Theme Cosmos applications

Create cases more conveniently and gain more working space by adjusting the width of the underlying modal dialog box.

By default, the tertiary AJAX container that holds the case creation form adjusts its size to a certain degree, depending on the content. To increase the size further, for example, to capture a larger amount of information, you can use some of the out-of-the-box CSS helper classes. You add the helper classes by modifying the section that the AJAX container launches from a flow action at the case creation stage.
Before you begin: Identify the design template-based section that holds a case creation form. For example, you can use the Live UI tool. For more information, see Live UI tool.
  1. In Dev Studio, search for and open the section to which you want to add the helper classes.
  2. Hover over the region whose size you want to change, and then click the Edit icon.
  3. In the Region properties modal dialog box, select the Override default region settings check box.
  4. In the Styles field, enter the name of the helper class that you want to use:
    • modal-width-1_5x – sets the minimum width to be 960p.
    • modal-width-2x – sets the minimum width to be 1280p.
    • modal-width-max-content – sets the minimum width to be the maximum width of the content.
  5. Click Submit.
  6. On the ruleform, click Save.
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