I'll ask the question internally but my guess is that this was done to make the concept of a boolean field easier to understand.
There were many examples of people setting a checkbox field to required thinking that this meant leads filling out the form would have check it to accept T&Cs, then they would ask why the form was able to submit even though the field was left blank.
I tried the workaround (putting the label in a rich text field), which worked fine for desktop, but on mobile it's wrapping. My customer is asking for me to make that stop. So I tried going back to the "normal" checkbox field, where the checkbox is on the right. Customer wants it back on the left. I tried making my fields "checkboxes," and using that "label to right" checkbox, but it has absolutely no effect on label positioning. Does anyone know how to make this work? And also, how to prevent the checkbox and label from ending up on different lines from each other on mobile devices (even when I do not use the rich text field workaround approach)?
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