I deactivated the custom css in JEM's list settings so your override css did work:
However, with a screen size of 1550px width, I don't need the change made by your css:
In this case there is enough space for an ordinary table - for my needs. And imho on a table showing events the data are the most relevant information which should easily be detected. That's why I prefer a separated column showing the data one below each other, rather than a tiny date below some big eye-catching header.
So this leads to the question: how to override an override? I would love to use your css below tablet size and keep mine for big screens. Some @media min-width/max-width switches will certainly help me to achieve this, I understand?
[Off-topic: And since you are German: why didn't you join zip code and city into one row in detail view? Who the hell puts those into two rows in Germany? ]
And there is a table-like layout, that switches to a list, if the screen is small. Take a look at the manual:
"Empty the input field in Backend -> JEM -> Settings -> Layout -> "Table Width in %" completely (Inputbox = Empty), then the list will change to the modern view."
If you do the reverse thing (insert 100% into table width) than you will see the table layout. Eventually you like it more?
Using the table-layout you can define the columnwidths via the settings in the "backend -> jem -> settings -> layout -> Xxx Width in %".
working with your overrides to adjust them into our corporate design, I found the attachments' part looking horrible. Table design and some JEM icons.
Since I made a complete override for it fitting into your html, I attach the file. You have to exchange some of my icon-classes with your hastooltip class to make it yours again. Its path is [mytemplate]/html/com_jem/common/
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