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Layout issues with IconBoxes of different size


I have the following layout in order to create a product feature overview:
1/3 1/3 1/3
1/3 1/3 1/3
  1/2   1/2

In this case, the first IconBox (left-upper) is slightly (and I mean just about 20px) bigger in size than its right neighbour.
The first row is completely fine, but in the second row the first IconBox appears to be below the third of the first row.
The rest of all are spread around on various places, but there's absolutely no layout. It's just messed up.

I would strongly suggest that you change it, so that all items of one row have the same size as the biggest in this row, in order to keep the layout. I don't care if there's a bit more space between two rows, as long as all items are placed in one line, not spread around.

Or have I done something wrong?



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