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  1. eZ Publish / Platform
  2. EZP-27195

Section with long name overlaps onto rightside menu, on a Content Object's Section Details

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      Steps to reproduce:

      1. Go to platform ui admin interface, to "Admin Panel -> Sections";

      2. Create a new Section called "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa";

      3. Go to Content Structure and create and publish some content, then assign it to the section you just created;

      4. View the content on admin interface and switch to its Details tab. Scroll down to Section Details.
      The Section Name overlaps onto under the rightside Action menu.
      I believe one should use the technique used so far for long strings, here, which is to trim it and replace the end with "(...)".

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          Jacek Foremski (Inactive) added a comment -

          I think the problem is more general than this one case presented in "Steps to reproduce".

          For example, following this steps, there is also a problem when going to "Admin Panel -> Sections" - the name is too long so it hides relevant buttons, especially on smaller screens.
          Also, the problem is not only about Sections names. Other information presented in content view as long string also doesn't look good on smaller resolutions, so I would suggest treating them all the same way.

          I'm not sure about the solution though; maybe someone with more expertise could take a look.

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          Jacek Foremski (Inactive) added a comment - I think the problem is more general than this one case presented in "Steps to reproduce". For example, following this steps, there is also a problem when going to "Admin Panel -> Sections" - the name is too long so it hides relevant buttons, especially on smaller screens. Also, the problem is not only about Sections names. Other information presented in content view as long string also doesn't look good on smaller resolutions, so I would suggest treating them all the same way. I'm not sure about the solution though; maybe someone with more expertise could take a look.

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              Rui Silva (Inactive)
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