I am using the adaptive theme with panels, mini panels, panels everywhere, and AT Panels Everywhere. My site default template is of at panels everywhere.
I built a 5 column mini panel for the footer. I assigned for each column only one thing: menu, or a logo, or "powered by drupal".
When I am using the builder layout for the mini panel, and build 5 column - every thing works fine, and I have 5 column one beside another, in only one row. (although, I am trying to avoid the builder and use only AT layouts).
But, If I am using the "AT responsive panel - 4,5,6 column" for the mini panel layout, the result is that my footer has two rows: top row is with 2 panels and bottom row is with 3 panels. it looks like the blocks or something are too big, and the AT layout is just being responsive.
I tried to solve that and make it one row, and add to each panel a class, and made them very narrow. but that didn't work, and I still have 2 rows, even though the panels are very narrow and can feat perfectly in one row (5 columns).
How can I make sure that every panel will use 20% of it's layout (when possible), and all will be presented in one row, 5 columns side by side?
Here is the problem:
Here is the footer code:
The footer is still in two rows, and looks like that:
What causing the AT mini panel to think it has no room, and need to change the layout?