I do not think you can add spaces. If there is a common length you might be able to strict the text repetition out and just place the single repetitions over the text. Otherwise it is just splitting them out to individual fields.
Padding? That might work.
I just tested and making them wide with added padding does the trick.
That is just for display. Not sure how you would manage the interaction with the bottom layered field.
Nice one! I'll still have to individualise the smaller calculation repetition. The longer background one would be the button, but I think only having the text as the button will work okay.
I have 500+ of these that I want on a layout though, time consuming to set up. My mouse hand will get a good workout.
The text could be on top. That way the image repetition could also have padding, but the text fields would still be the button.
Hard to design nice with repeating fields, especially with that many repetitions. You have to have each field for each repetition and set up same distance in between each field. Have you ever thought about using portal and portal filters instead?
Unfortunately this is inside a portal, so I can't use a portal in a portal.
I can't use a list view either because it is not possible to have variable sized list rows...
This layout has portals of varying sizes that hide/show depending on the amount of information in each row, and these repetition 'boxes' are inside the portal. Each box is a button. I had a list (one text field), but the client now needs clickable boxes for each item in the list. Each 'list' was up to 500 items long.... ahh!
It's all displayed on a massive screen on a wall.