The column (x) of a GoldMine field cannot be set to higher values than 100 with the increase or decrease arrows

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    The column (x) of a GoldMine field cannot be set to higher values than 100 with the increase or decrease arrows

    [STEPS TO REPRODUCE]
    1. Log in with master rights
    2. Browse to Art Bardtoll
    3. Right Click on Facebook field >> Properties
    4. Tab Layout


    5. as it will appear instantly red (means overlapping the left field Address2) >> try to set it ONLY with the increase up arrow in the Column(x)
    >> RESULT: immediately it will set a value of 100, no value above 100 is possible at all via the increase or decrease arrows



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    [CAUSE]
    This is RM # 233619

    [WORKAROUND]

    A. Move the field directly on screen to the desired location
    1. Log in with master rights
    2. Browse to Art Bardtoll
    3.  If applicable Right Click >> Select Primary Fields view >>  Select the Primary Field View where fields need to be adjusted, this  might be also on Custom screens in this case Browse to Tab Fields  >> Right Click >> Select the desired Custom Screen where  fields need to be adjusted
    4. Right Click on the desired screen >> Screen Design
    5.  Drag and drop each field to the desired position (here it is not  obvious which column this is but all fields can be adjusted by the :  between Label size and Data size


    6. Repeat if necessary for other fields
    7. Once finished >> Exit in the Designer Toolbar

    B. Set the value (higher than 100) manually into the Column(x) field, for above example for example as 123
    1. Log in with master rights
    2. Browse to Art Bardtoll
    3.  If applicable Right Click >> Select Primary Fields view >>  Select the Primary Field View where fields need to be adjusted, this  might be also on Custo screens in this case Browse to Tab Fields  >> Right Click >> Select the desired Custom Screen where  fields need to be adjusted
    4. Right Click on the desired field >> Properties
    5. Tab Layout
    6. Set manually the desired column value into the Column(x) field e.g. 123


    7. OK
    8. Repeat if necessary for other fields