Sort by filename similar to Windows Explorer

Thomas M. shared this idea 14 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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