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This is a fairly benign issue but I thought I would mention it as it will prove frustrating if it pops up out of the blue.
I have a view block that uses a Grid format with 4 columns and a set of filters that will display anywhere from 2 to 32 items. The Grid settings are default except for being 4 columns wide.
The issue is that although the table is set to have 4 columns, if the number of items to return are less than 4 (ie: 2) the table will only produce that number of columns. In my case one filter produces two items so the table that was set to span 100% with 4 td elements with widths of 25% ended up a table at 100% and only 2 td elements. Not the end of the world and I was able to adjust the CSS stylesheet to make up for it but this is a different behaviour from the 7–3.3 version and may trip someone else up.
FAILED: [[SimpleTest]]: [MySQL] Failed to run tests: tests were executed, but no results were found. View
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