Column lock for panels
The placement of twitch panels changes depending on multiple things such as monitor size, the sidebar being open or not and chat being open or not. My suggestion is that we should be able to lock a column to always be displayed on a specific side, this way we can place important panels in this column and we don't have to worry that it gets lost further down due to any of the reasons i've listed before.
This is one of my biggest grievances with the Twitch "About" page. I set up a gorgeous layout for my panel buttons and as a set, they look so harmonious together. Then as soon as this is viewed in a different screen resolution it messes everything up completely. I would like there to be a setting where we could "lock" the columns so they don't rearrange according to resolution. I think the solution suggested by UltraHardGaming sounds perfect.
As a streamer I like to lay my panels out so they look clean and universal.
As someone that uses a 1440p monitor my panels are 5 panels wide where as my audience may use a smaller 1080p resolution and have 4 across.
This makes my panels look either terrible on one resolution or the other. Please make the panels universally 4 or 5 across no matter the screen size.
Since we still have different screen resolutions, panels sometimes go into 3 or 4 columns which can mess up the layout.
Panels should always stay in their set columns - I would limit the columns to 3 (the amount when the left bar and chat are open for 1920px screen width).
Possible solution would be to set grid-box on `.channel-panels-container`.
Also, for mobile, it would be good to give the streamer chance to order panels separately - e.g. by adding a order number field on panels.
In making my channel PANELS I've decided that I am trying to keep it to 3 columns. However, if someone expands their browser window bigger, the panels stretch out more multiple additional panels than my desired 3 columns. It would be nice to be able to lock in 3 columns or desired number of columns of choice so content doesn't get moved around and look like it is messed up or feel like the streaming page was poorly designed.
Panels reposition themselves when the chat is hidden. It may just be me but it messes with the look of my panels which are of varying sizes, and I do not want to compromise by deleting certain panels or by unnecessarily adding more panels.
What would greatly help with this dilemma is making the number of columns is consistently three or four so that the user does not have to worry about the position and look of the panels for both the three-column and four-column look.
Or, if possible, improve the panel editing overall so that we can place panels where we want or at least with greater ease.
Doing either of this, I think, would encourage at least some of us users to make better panels to present ourselves with and, in my case, reduce my frustration with editing panels.
[ENG] I would like you to implement an easier and more aesthetic way of ordering the channel panels. Every time a new panel is added or one is removed, everything is disorganized. It could be divided by fixed columns of 4 or 5, then we could decide if in "Colum 1" put a number of panels / extensions and in "Column 2" different ones.
[ESP] Quisiera que implementan una formas mas facil y estetica de ordenar los paneles del canal. Cada vez que se agrega un panel nuevo o se elimina uno, se desorganiza todo. Podria ser dividido por columnas fijas de 4 o 5, entonces podriamos decidir si en la "Columa 1" poner un varios de los paneles/extensiones y en la "Columna 2" otros diferentes.
Can the about page panels be consistent, instead of changing based on screen size? I want to setup the page a specific way, and due to the current system, the setup seems different for everyone. It's hard to make it look nice when for me it's 5 panels wide, and for my friend it's 3 panels wide.
On the about page/under the stream video, the panels change how many columns depending on if there is a chat window open or closed and changes again depending what display size and browser you are using to view the about page with!
So when you are streaming and/or the chat window is there, the about panels change from 4 to 3 and the 4th columns merges into other columns so all panels are messy and all the order you have from arranging panels has gone!
They should be fixed to 3 or 4 columns permanently, no matter what display size a person has or what browser they are using, so that the panels don't get merged into other columns or moved around randomly.
You can arrange things to have some sort of order and neatness and now when the stream is live & the chat window is there, that order changes and turns to mess.
And if someone is using a different resolution to the next person, it changes again. Much too messy!
Please have a fixed amount of columns no matter the user display size or browser, and make the order of panels fixed so that don't move about and look very messy!
Should be super easy to fix this.
You spend this time making panels look nice and it changes for everyone depending on what display size and browser they have, and also changes if the chat window is open or closed.
Should be fixed to say 3/4 columns no matter what resolution/browser and if the chat window is open, they shouldn't move.
Have less columns if needed but have them fixed to a certain amount so they don't change position so you can keep them in order and a fixed position.
I like to rearrange my panels and to change the size of the columns. It would be great to save my favorite positions so I don't have to do it every time again.
As someone who enjoys designing panels, and I often have a set 'vision' as to how the flow is I'd love either the option of a drag and drop system similar to DeviantArt to group panels together into set colums/rows or groups, as well as maybe a more advanced view allowing you to set your panels in a variety of display configuration spanning multiple columns.
This would allow people to really customize how they want their panels to display, and allow extensions panels to also get a custom title (something you can't currently do), by allowing people to group the extension panel with a panel with a title in it and keep them together