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Is there a way you can stack lists under each other with their own lists in a column rather than run every list accoss the page?

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You're talking about Trello, aren't you? – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Jan 25 '13 at 9:08

Vertical Trello - Chrome Extension

In case others come across this question in future, I developed the extension above to allow you to toggle between displaying a Trello board's lists vertically or horizontally.

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No, if you try and drag a list under another list it'll just snap back to it's original position.
Each card list is just that, a vertical list that will automatically grow to the height of your browser tab adding a scroll bar as necessary.

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I just did this with the plugin Stylish and some CSS tweaks.

Just add

@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);

@-moz-document domain("trello.com") {

    .list {
       margin: 0 5px 13px 10px;
    #board {
       flex-wrap: wrap;  
       overflow: auto;

to a stylish Section and apply to URLS starting with https://trello.com

Works for me.

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If you fiddle with small-ish window size, Trello will suddenly switch between 2 or more alternative stacked views. The behavior currently is very unpredictable, unfortunately.

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