I didn't learn to sort that way [fixed]

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I didn't learn to sort that way [fixed]

Postby jochem4207 » Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:00 am

I'm sorting my table with variables by step.

But when I sort the one or the other way I don't see the logic behind it's result:

I've sorted from high to low and i'm getting this as result

7. step x (highest step i've)
7. step x
7. step x
5. step y
5. step y
1. step a
1. step a
6. step z
6. step z
All steps
4. step o
4. step o

If there is a image or other stuff needed for debug I can post it.
I've reorderd some steps in the past.

Is this a known thing? Is it my fault?

I also notice that when I change the sort it wants to save, but it doesn't save the new sort?!
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Postby DavidSimner » Wed Jan 08, 2014 12:00 pm

Sorry about that! We're sorting by the internal GUID of the step (if you look at the JSON for the project in DM's database you should be able to see the GUIDs).

I've added a post-it to our Important Bugs row of our whiteboard to address this. The fix might ship a week today.
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Postby DavidSimner » Wed Jan 08, 2014 5:11 pm

I've just committed the fix for this (internal reference 470b7f4085cd). I'm hoping that it'll ship next Wednesday.
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Re:

Postby jochem4207 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:58 am

DavidSimner wrote:I've just committed the fix for this (internal reference 470b7f4085cd). I'm hoping that it'll ship next Wednesday.


Thank you, that was fast :)
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Postby jochem4207 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 10:15 am

I got the fix today and it's absolutely making the variable list better to read now.

I'm still curious why the save button gets active when I change the way I want to sort?

Example:
If I click on variable name sort and it changes, it asks me to save the page before I leave it. But that save seems useless. It doesn't save the way I sort.

To be clear I dont expect that my sort gets saved because its just 1 click work.
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Fix

Postby Sean.newham » Thu Jan 16, 2014 10:57 am

Hi, I'm adding the ability to save your sorted list in order as we speak. (Well, not *as* we speak, but you know what I mean.)

I know you might not need it, but I'm hoping it will help people with longer variable lists keep the variables organised.
(It was also a quicker fix than the alternative. :wink: )

One use of this is to do two sorts, to sort by one field and then by another, and then save it. This will give you a list sorted by the second field, then by the first.
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Postby Sean.newham » Thu Jan 16, 2014 11:56 am

Okay, it's in, you'll probably get it next week.
Thanks for telling us about these.
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Re: Fix

Postby jochem4207 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 1:30 pm

Sean.newham wrote:Hi, I'm adding the ability to save your sorted list in order as we speak. (Well, not *as* we speak, but you know what I mean.)

I know you might not need it, but I'm hoping it will help people with longer variable lists keep the variables organised.
(It was also a quicker fix than the alternative. :wink: )

One use of this is to do two sorts, to sort by one field and then by another, and then save it. This will give you a list sorted by the second field, then by the first.


No problem!, Thank you and the DM team for fixing them! (and even on very short term).
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Re:

Postby jochem4207 » Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:22 am

Sean.newham wrote:Okay, it's in, you'll probably get it next week.
Thanks for telling us about these.


Got them, super awesome!
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