I gave version 2 of tables a look to see if that was something I wanted to change my tables into.
However, the CSS for these tables is implemented rather… well… weird??
I noticed this, because due to my theme they look like this:
Hey @Siferiax! Thanks for trying out the new v2 of tables. I’m not sure what is bothering you about the CSS, but one of the things the table supports is overflowing tables/long content. The positioning CSS around it allows for the table to be horizontally scrollable when the content is longer than the page width, and have the edges of the table line up with the edges of the current document.
It should do some checking to render inline tables inline, and overflow tables in an overflow manner, but that doesn’t seem to always work, and it tends to render most tables in the overflow manner. That will be fixed soon!
If there’s something else bothering you about the CSS, please let me know
I see! Yes that was basically the issue I ran into. Otherwise I really like them.
A little thing I’m wondering about is the alternative lines coloring and how to change those colors using custom css, but I’ll probably figure that out when I dive more into it.