It’s not live unfortunately. Not sure if you’re able to mimic this but it would be if you had a Woocommerce membership and then click through to the ‘content’ part of the membership that shows what you have access to under ‘my account’. Since this is in the admin I would have to send admin rights privately somehow for you to see this.
By removing the content: ”; the column seems to fix itself. Maybe something worth noting for a future update of the theme? I don’t want to remove this globally, so I can just remove it in the CSS for a Woocommerce table specifically for now.
I fixed the issue by making content: none; on woocommerce pages only. By having it, it creates this shift of all of the columns in any tables and Woo uses tables a lot. Since I fixed it there isn’t really much to see, the code above is exactly the issue. Once I get the site live I’ll try to send you information on it and revert back to before I had the fix in place. It could of course be a plugin conflict or CSS from something else but I haven’t tested it that deeply.