solution to evolution problem
akonstam at sbcglobal.net
Fri Mar 9 15:29:16 UTC 2007
On Fri, 2007-03-09 at 19:12 +1030, Tim wrote:
> obert Locke:
> >>> But, one thing I have learned to NOT do, is to set my sorting on
> >>> Date column. I have no down or up arrow on the date column.
> >> As one of those YMMV moments, I have threading turned on, *and*
> >> sorted on date (newest topmost). Things are working fine for me.
> Robert Locke:
> > It's only a "problem" for me if I delete the first message of a
> > though, admittedly, I tended to sort it "oldest" first....
> Same here, I just wrote it wrong, before. I should have wrote
> topmost... Since I don't do it the other way, I don't know if there's
> problem that way around. Just in case that's important to someone
> working through all of this.
> > Sorting appears to be done on the first message in the thread. When
> that first
> > message in the thread is deleted, the remainder of the thread is
> > "relocated" to an appropriate spot.
> Since I turned off hiding deleted messages, I haven't seen the order
> scramble around. I just turned it back on and tried deleting some
See Tim I knew you were the one who told me that unhidding messages
would solve my problem.
Aaron Konstam <akonstam at sbcglobal.net>
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