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Old 21.08.2009, 23:51
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Please remove the ability to sort the packages/filenames when I click (accidentally) on one of the columns.

I've manually sorted the packages and accidentally clicked on "Package/Filename" column. Now I cannot revert back as it was before

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Old 22.08.2009, 03:02
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colum sorting is a nice feature and many user wanted it
you can sort back with date added
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Old 22.08.2009, 07:03
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Actually, what he wants is my "position column" request: http://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?p=19894
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Old 22.08.2009, 11:13
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you can sort back with date added
But after update from 0.6 to 0.7 there is no added date available in all links. This feature is available only in new links added in 0.7. And what I suppose to do with about thousand old links?

This feature is nice but you can add an option in configuration to disable it by who's don't really need it.
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Old 22.08.2009, 12:50
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I always ask myself why s1 has so much links in list, because at the time one wants to load them, they might be offline

I will think about a toggle, but when such a feauture comes, then its jd wide (for each table)
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Old 22.08.2009, 13:47
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In most applications that support sorting, clicking on a header means sorting the corresponding column.

For instance, when you click on the Name column in File Explorer, you get your directories and files sorted by name.

If you want a sort order that is not supported by the program, you can sometimes rename the items in a paticular column that supports it. I do this by numbering items 01, 02, 03, etc. in order to be sure they stay in the proper order.

By default, the download queue is ordered by the date and time you add items to it. A new column has been added to v.0.7 in order to display this info and you can use it for sorting.
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Old 22.08.2009, 18:34
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So, if this issue unsolvable, please make an option for undo last operation.
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Old 22.08.2009, 18:34
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i added it to bugtracker...some kind of *linked* column between x and link...so even sorting does not change the link..only if user wants to
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i added it to bugtracker...some kind of *linked* column between x and link...so even sorting does not change the link..only if user wants to
I appreciate it
And I believe now it's not unsolvable but it's in progress

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