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Grid wrap problem #8701

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dlamon opened this issue Dec 22, 2017 · 1 comment
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Grid wrap problem #8701

dlamon opened this issue Dec 22, 2017 · 1 comment
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@dlamon dlamon commented Dec 22, 2017

Version

3.0.2

Environment

windows chrome version 63.0.3239.84

Reproduction link

https://codesandbox.io/s/2z90383vx0

Steps to reproduce

  • Grid rules:If the sum of col spans in a row are more than 24, then the overflowing col as a whole will start a new line arrangement.
  • The actual effect: the width of ≥992px, the first line and the second line of the component location is displayed properly, the third line component location display error
  • Probable cause: If the component of the last Form.Item wrapped at the end of a line is Select, it will cause a component location problem on the next line.

What is expected?

All line components are displayed normally

What is actually happening?

The first line and the second line are in the right place and the third line is in the wrong place

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@ant-design-bot ant-design-bot commented Dec 22, 2017

It will be better to write your issue/comment in English, so more people can understand you.
And this means that more people can help you or benefit from your issue/comment.
See: #4897

@dlamon dlamon changed the title Grid栅格 换行BUG Grid wrap problem Dec 22, 2017
@afc163 afc163 self-assigned this Dec 22, 2017
@afc163 afc163 closed this in 525efb8 Dec 22, 2017
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