All capsules, including those set up as half width are now showing as full width. Is this a deliberate change or an error? It destroys efforts to have a nice compact layout on PCs with large screens. Mobile view is full width.
I've still got half width modules showing up on mine
This should now be fixed.
Thanks for the reports.
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