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  1. Rich Tabor

    “The biggest concern I have is that controls are designed for the 300px width, generally,” Ruter said. “So if the width is all of a sudden 900px, then the (custom) controls may well not look right.”

    – That’s what I’m thinking.

    Seems like it’ll be a good add-in, but we also could be seeing developers throwing in more options solely because there’s more space. Keeping things looking nice and from getting cluttered will be tough.

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  2. Ross

    This was discussed at WordCamp Edinburgh recently! Great to see it making progress to Core.

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  3. Cameron

    I also made a plugin that does that.
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/fluid-customizer/

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  4. Marcelo

    +1 for a detachable customizer pane. It would be great to see the full page in action without being influenced by its own responsiveness.

    I think this should go to the WP trac, right? :)

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  5. Anthony Hortin

    “the idea for the plugin came out of the community summit held earlier this month in Philadelphia, where it was raised as a usability improvement.”

    People have been asking for this since the Customizer was first introduced back in WP3.4, along with saying the existing width has usability issues.

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  6. Muhammad Imran

    wow.. that is a great feature, thanks Sara for sharing this info. :)

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