Previously, it was difficult to make sure all boxes were equal in height when creating multi-column rows. With nothing more than your naked eye, you had to add extra spacing to each box as a workaround.
In this release, we've added a new panel in the box called "height." You can now choose between having the height of a box be driven by its content, or to automatically stretch and match the height of the tallest element or box found in the same row.
Going hand-in-hand with the height panel is the ability to vertically center a box's content. With a box selected, you can choose to have its content aligned to the top, middle, or bottom of the box. A fourth option lets you space the box's content apart at equal distances. Note, this only has an effect if the box height is stretched.
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