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It's not clean but a trick is to create a legend per column. Then you edit each column by deleting / hiding the objects you are not interested in. This solution can help you on a one-off basis.


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I don't think this is possible within QGIS. So I suggest you export your map to Inkscape and edit it manually. Once you're done with all other things you want in the print composer , export your map as SVG then open the SVG with Inkscape. Inkscape is a free and open-source graphic design software. So it blends seamlessly with QGIS. You can download and learn ...


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This is a bug that has recently been fixed. In the upcoming QGIS 3.16, the legend columns should all be the same height.


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There's no "render as html" support for legends in any way (yet). If you want to build a legend with html you need to use a html frame. If you want graphics you could combine a legend without any text with a html frame styled the way you want.


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