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To reproduce the bug:

  1. Perform a search by text or tag to obtain a list of notes in the search results.
  2. Click on the "TITLE" column header. The list will get sorted alphabetically like it's supposed to.
  3. Click on the "TITLE" column header again. The list won't get sorted in the opposite order. The same bug also occurs with date columns (e.g. "UPDATED").

 

Version info:

10.17.6-win-ddl-public (2775)
Editor: v126.2.16348
Service: v1.37.8
 

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14 minutes ago, Wave said:

To reproduce the bug:

  1. Perform a search by text or tag to obtain a list of notes in the search results.
  2. Click on the "TITLE" column header. The list will get sorted alphabetically like it's supposed to.
  3. Click on the "TITLE" column header again. The list won't get sorted in the opposite order. The same bug also occurs with date columns (e.g. "UPDATED").

 

Version info:

10.17.6-win-ddl-public (2775)
Editor: v126.2.16348
Service: v1.37.8
 

I can reproduce this. Clicking the column header is currently rather strange because, as has been documented elsewhere, lots of columns don't do anything at all. 

You can of course use the sort options menu to sort in either direction but intuitively you should be able to click any column to sort it and click it again to sort it in the opposite direction.

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