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I was excited to see the new rows feature now allowed in Emma. However, I was hoping it would be possible to allow more than just two rows (maybe up to 10 rows?). Right now, our monthly e-newsletter utilizes the "Right Combo" text/photo blocks, text blocks, and images with captions to give the sense of a format that utilizes both columns and rows throughout. While this works, we have been wanting to insert our own "read more" button (a jpeg image we created that is linked to URLs) instead of a text link, as was discussed in a past Emma webinar. We want to use our own buttons, as they are branded to match our website formatting. This worked fine in the "Right Combo" text/photo blocks, but image captions will not allow us to insert a jpeg image in those blocks.
Thus, with the rows feature, I was hoping we would be able to have a two column layout, and yet insert as many rows as we needed throughout so we didn't have to image captions anymore. Could I make this a formal feature request? Or would it be possible to have image captions allow jpeg images?