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List Layout for Trello and Trello Grids Chromebook extensions give you the ability to see your boards in a grid view where you see four lists across and halfway down the page you see another four lists so you can get a bird's eye view of your lists (it truncates the lists on the top if they are long so you only see so many cards if they go below half a page).
This was working beautifully until recently. Now the second row of lists is below the fold and you have to scroll down to see them defeating the purpose of a grid view. Not only is this not working with two different extensions that can do the same thing, I went to another Chromebook and created a new account with a different email addy/name and the same thing is happening, so it's either a Trello issue or a Chromebook issue.
Any help would be appreciated.
Hey, @Daniel Usher! This issue you're experiencing with these third-party browser extensions is due to some recent changes we've implemented on Trello's backend to improve Trello's performance, design, and accessibility. As a result of these changes, many browser extensions stopped working with Trello. We've already emailed the developers of these extensions with all the information they need to make the necessary adjustments to fix their browser extensions. I appreciate your understanding, and I hope the developers can come up with a fix soon for these browser extensions for Trello.
Has the "List Layout" extension been updated? Or does anyone recommend another extension that effectively does the same thing (shows multiple rows of lists without having to scroll right)?