Revert secondary sort order when shift-click
|Reported by:||humdinger||Owned by:||nobody|
This is hrev52860.
I suspect this is actually a regression, as I remember it working at one time...
- Open a folder, and sort by "Kind".
- Shift-Click on the "Modified" column.
--> Files are sorted by filetype (primary sort), and within the filetypes ascending by date (secondary sort).
- Now shift-click again the "Modified" column.
This should reverse the 2ndary sort order, but instead just removes the triangle overlay in the column header without changing sort order.
Shift-clicking should move through these states:
- Ascend sorting
- Descend sorting
- Remove 2ndary sorting
Also, normal left-clicking any column should remove the secondary sorting. It's a natural way to reset sorting, otherwise you may overlook that you've set a 2ndary sort order. And it's BeOS behaviour, IIRC.