Sort by filename similar to Windows Explorer

Thomas M. shared this idea 9 months ago
Under Consideration

Both the ASCII sort order and natural sort order of Filecloud doesn't seem to make much sense.


This is how it looks in Explorer:

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This is how it looks with natural sorting. For example "22" comes after "130":


/Bx3Qk5hIfJdRAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC


ASCII sorting doesn't help any more.


Why not just make it like it shows in Explorer?

Comments (3)

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Thanks for your feedback, sorting options are sometimes limited by how databases implement it. We will look into this.

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How about the Android app? It seems to just sort it in one specific way. On the webjnterface I can fix it with naming the files with leading zeroes but in the phone app, 194 comes before 022 for instance.

It doesn't make much sense .

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Thanks, we will check this

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