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Hello! I am creating a large JSON request form in Identity Designer 4.8.2. I bind the form to the workflow. After the deploy operation in Identity Application, I call my workflow. But the request form is displayed half the screen. How do I make the form display the full width of the screen?

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I don't know whether I did it right or not, but I found how to change the width of the form request in Identity Applications. The css file is in the path /opt/netiq/idm/apps/sites/forms/styles.*.css. In this file, changed .formio-form {width: 50%} to .formio-form {width: 100%}, cleared the browser cache.

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I don't know whether I did it right or not, but I found how to change the width of the form request in Identity Applications. The css file is in the path /opt/netiq/idm/apps/sites/forms/styles.*.css. In this file, changed .formio-form {width: 50%} to .formio-form {width: 100%}, cleared the browser cache.

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That is a good one!!  Any other interesting CSS options in there?

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Yes, a large number of classes related to request forms are described there. But I did not consider it in detail because my big problem was 50% of the screen width.
The rest of my css changes work when adding form element classes to custom.css and loading it into identity applications
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