I opened up the Aberrant sheet in a test game, and it looks like the widths are just far, far off. Looking at the most recent commits, a bunch of hardcoded widths were added to the HTML using style tags, so that seems like the cause of the problem. It's possible that they set hard pixel values based on their own screen that doesn't translate to others, or that it just broke in the update that broke some styles a few months ago. Either way, they definitely should not be hard-coded into the HTML instead of the CSS. I may play with it later tonight to see if older versions of the Aberrant sheet work on their own or need additional tweaking. True Julian said: then how do you supose i fix the constant confusion of my players who are unable to distinguish between attributes, skills and other traits, or have trouble locating specific traits because everything is in the same list? Don't answer that its retorical, the problem however isn't (i've been biting back my frustration on this one for so long and you have no idea how much longer this post could have been had i voiced any insult and complaint that came to mind). This is outside the scope of the thread, but it's a lesson I had to learn the hard way, so here's some general advice: don't bottle up your frustrations then turn them into righteous outrage. To you it may feel like you're being noble by not complaining, and your noble suffering means other people owe you a solution. But you're just taking a small problem and turning it into a big one by letting it seethe, while nobody else knows it's even a problem for you, and they won't be impressed by "I've been biting back my anger for so long". Instead, if something is bothering you and you feel like it's going to keep eating at you, make a conscious decision: address it, or let it go. If you're going to keep getting more frustrated until you can't handle it, ask for help before you reach that point. You may not be able to solve the problem right away, but you will be working on the solution and you won't be suffering in silence. And if people can help you, it will be easier for you to explain what you need if you're not holding back all that built-up frustration. If you let it go, actually let it go - don't just keep silent because it will bother other people, decide it's not worth your anger and frustration to worry about it. Don't treat it like a favour you're doing other people, it's a favour you're doing for yourself . That's a lot harder, though, so if you can't let go - again, address the problem early instead of "holding your tongue".