Does Flat Awesome style allows nodes to be displayed in columns?

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    Thank you

    Is it possible to display the buttons in the same way as this style? It's really great to see buttons fit the screen when you use a small device or reduce the window size.
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  4. Russ

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    Not quite like that, in our next update at the "maxResponsiveNarrowWidth" width the buttons will now span 100% of the width allowing them to be a little more accessible than the default XF.
     
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    That would be great. When you say "Not quite like that", do you mean the next update won't be like the image I've showed you?
    Any idea when it will be released? Next week?
     
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    They will never be in dual column, but instead drop to a single column at the small width:

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    We're shooting for the day of/after of 1.5.9 which we expect this coming Tuesday.
     
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    Thanks.

    How easy is to customize the buttons font? The buttons seems hard to read on your screenshot.
    Can google fonts be used with your styles?
    Does your style support Showcase and XenPorta 2?
     
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    That's just our framework styled buttons, the buttons on our actual styles are easy to read and can be easily changed.

    Yes the bulk of our styles are already using google fonts, you simply grab the code from the side and paste it into the property we have setup. Then you can set the font family name.

    Our styles should work the bulk of the add-ons out there, we worked with Bob to make a few suggestions to make sure they work even better. If you run into problems we're here to help.
     

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