I’m using ACF to create Gutenberg blocks. Everything works fine, but on blocks that use repeater fields and other more complex ACF fields, the content is often too wide for the narrow Gutenberg editor that appears in the right sidebar.
Has anyone figured out a way around this UI/UX issue or is the only way to switch away from the “preview mode”?
You can switch to Edit mode, it’ll be available when you have selected the Block you wish to Preview/Edit. Look for the Edit (Pencil icon) in the main toolbar and click on that. You can click on the Preview (Eye icon) to flip back.
I use the preview style for anything not too complex or filled with too much content, e.g.: large textarea filled with content. For anything else I manually switch between the preview/edit modes when making changes to the affected block, so that the input fields can use up the full available content area width.
Part of the issue is that, for my clients, the toggling between the preview and editing modes is not intuitive and throws them off.
For someone like me who’s familiar with the ins and outs of WP and ACF it’s fine, but for regular users this is proving to be a hurdle.
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