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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0001398DarkRadiantGUIpublic31.12.2008 17:56
ReporterSneaksieDave Assigned Togreebo  
Status closedResolutionfixed 
Product Version0.9.7 
Target Version0.9.9Fixed in Version0.9.9 
Summary0001398: Folders first listing for media tree
DescriptionSomething that's itched at me for a while and I'm wondering if can be easily addressed:

An example is seen in any of our texture folders which contain nontiling and tiling_1d folders. As you open the folder, stone/brick, you start to go down the list. 'bricks_dirty_yellow', 'diagonal_cross', etc... Then, you come upon a folder, down by the m's: nontiling
Further down by the t's, at the very bottom of the folder: tiling_1d

Normally, at least in a windows environment, regardless of sort order, folders are grouped at the beginning (or end). But our folders are laid out right along with alpha ordered materials. This makes it not only harder to find subfolders, but also takes them immediately out of your eye, in case they would grab you and say "hey, you want this..."

Can the tree be changed such that folders are listed at the top always?

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13.10.2008 04:06

updater   ~0001976

Agreed, this has also always bothered me.


31.12.2008 17:56

reporter   ~0002279

Nice fix

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
12.10.2008 16:13 SneaksieDave New Issue
13.10.2008 04:06 AluminumHaste Note Added: 0001976
18.10.2008 11:52 orbweaver Status new => acknowledged
30.12.2008 11:28 greebo Status acknowledged => assigned
30.12.2008 11:28 greebo Assigned To => greebo
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Status assigned => resolved
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Fixed in Version => 0.9.9
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Resolution open => fixed
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Projection none => minor fix
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo ETA none => half an hour
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Build => 4003
30.12.2008 11:44 greebo Target Version => 0.9.9
31.12.2008 17:56 SneaksieDave Note Added: 0002279
31.12.2008 17:56 SneaksieDave Status resolved => closed