807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

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807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#1 Post by Dreamer » 08.12.2019, 17:43

To reproduce:
- use default settings
- on the left panel open Recycle Bin
- switch to details view
- right click the column header and select "Add/remove columns..."
- check "Date Deleted"
- right click the column header > column profiles > and click the item "Add current column profile specific to folder" and click OK
- right click the column header > automatic views > and click the item "Add current view specific to folder" and click OK
- F12 > view > column profiles/auto views > auto views > Recycle Bin
- use these options: content..: <None>, view type: Details, column profile: Recycle bin, sort on: "Date Deleted", descending
- apply, ok
- F12 > select items > nc mode > enable NC mode - all 4 options, apply
- view > file/folder list > refresh > disable second option and enable all other options, apply
- on the right panel open any folder on local disk
- F12 > View > File/folder list > Sorting > use option "Alphabetical - string sort", apply, ok
- open recycle bin in FC
= sorting is wrong, for time "2:05", probably it will be the same with any time between 2:00AM and 9:59AM

- now click the column header "Date Deleted" 2 times, so the icon change from "v" to "^" and back to "v"
- sorting is correct now!
- press ctrl+r to refresh view
= sorting is wrong again

FC 807 donor 64-bit, Windows 10 1909 64-bit.
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Re: 807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#2 Post by Odamn-Ete » 10.12.2019, 05:26

cannot confirm

explicitly followed directions
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- F12 > View > File/folder list > Sorting > use option "Alphabetical - string sort", apply, ok
- open recycle bin in FC
= sorting is correct, time: 6:17 AM

note, it doesn't make a difference if recycle bin is opened in left or right panel

FreeCommander XE 2019 Build 807 64-bit donor
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 1909 Build 18363.476

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Re: 807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#3 Post by Dreamer » 10.12.2019, 20:00

You need to use also the column profiles and automatic views, it must be switched automatically.

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Re: 807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#4 Post by Odamn-Ete » 11.12.2019, 05:22

Dreamer wrote:
10.12.2019, 20:00
You need to use also the column profiles and automatic views, it must be switched automatically.
Dear Dreamer, please be more diligent in the future and include all steps necessary to reproduce. As previously noted, I followed your directions explicitly.
Now I've added the step > activate checkbox "Switch view mode automatically on folder change"


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cannot confirm
sorting is as configured

Best regards

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Re: 807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#5 Post by Dreamer » 11.12.2019, 20:04

I forgot to include that step, sorry.

Anyway, your screenshot helped me.

To reproduce, exit FC, press Win key > type "regional" > press Enter and change the "Regional format" option to "Slovak (Slovakia)" * (Windows language will not be affected), start FC - and the list must be auto-loaded, you can press Ctrl+R.

* OK, so it's broken also with:
"Czech (Czechia)"
"English (Finland)"
"English (Indonesia)"
"English (Israel)"

Probably also with other options, if the time format is "8:00", it's broken in FC, if the format is "08:00", it's OK in FC.

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Re: 807 - Recycle Bin sorting issue

#6 Post by Odamn-Ete » 12.12.2019, 04:44

Dreamer wrote:
11.12.2019, 20:04
I forgot to include that step, sorry.
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No problem, it can happen to the best and you are one of the best.
Dreamer wrote:
11.12.2019, 20:04
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Anyway, your screenshot helped me.
...
My pleasure.

It's great that you've gotten down to the root of the problem.

Best Regards

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