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Hello Community , 
 
I am opening a page through Page.RunModal from action tile in factbox . I want to open this page in tiles mode automatically when I click on tile.  And also I want to open it in wider view on Modal . 
 
Just like we do from double side arrow button on right upper corner . 
 
 
I have researched about this but didn't found anything useful . 
 
Please Help ...
 
Thanks in Advance 
Ankit
 
 
 
 
 
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    YUN ZHU 59,978 Super User on at
    Opening a Page in tile mode from Runmodal
    As far as I know as of now the standard can't do it, there is no parameter in the standard to specify this width....
     
    Hopefully other experts can give you better advice.
    Thanks.
    ZHU
     
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    Ankit Sik 36 on at
    Opening a Page in tile mode from Runmodal
    Thanks @gdrenteria , for quick reply . 
     
    I will try this , but there is one more thing , I asked for tiles view for List pages in Runmodal method  directly . 
     
    Is there any approach exist for that.
     
     
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    Opening a Page in tile mode from Runmodal

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