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How to keep a textEdit in a fixed spot

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I have a row where there is a text view and 3 textEdits. When one of the textEdits has a certain value in it, the string in the textView changes and causes the 3 textEdits to shift to the right - What is the best way for them not to move when the textView changes?
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>> What is the best way for them not to move when the textView changes?
Not putting the textEdits on the same line of the textView, but above or beneath it
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