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By guyman20, Senior Member on 3rd March 2014, 01:16 PM
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I'm using CM 11.
After taking a photo, there's an option to slide the finger and view the images (and the other images taken by the camera).
In my case, for some reason, the order is reversed! It shows the first image ever taken first, I have to slide thousands of images to get to the new image.
Any solution?
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Any idea?
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Originally Posted by guyman20

I'm using CM 11.
After taking a photo, there's an option to slide the finger and view the images (and the other images taken by the camera).
In my case, for some reason, the order is reversed! It shows the first image ever taken first, I have to slide thousands of images to get to the new image.
Any solution?
Thank you

there would be an option in galarry to sort the images modify the setting to name or date
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there would be an option in galarry to sort the images modify the setting to name or date

There is no option of "sort by", there is "group by" which creates annoying folders according to time periods, which isn't what I wanted..
4th March 2014, 11:18 AM |#5  
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There is no option of "sort by", there is "group by" which creates annoying folders according to time periods, which isn't what I wanted..

there is option gallary>camera>groupby
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there is option gallary>camera>groupby

That's what I said, there is only "group by", which isn't the same as "sort as".
I don't want it to be grouped into days. I want to see everything spread sorted by time.
It is indeed sorted by time, but in the reverse order..
4th March 2014, 11:43 AM |#7  
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That's what I said, there is only "group by", which isn't the same as "sort as".
I don't want it to be grouped into days. I want to see everything spread sorted by time.
It is indeed sorted by time, but in the reverse order..

use gallery kitkat from playstore
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Well it does work, but I really want to use a stock app from a trusted source, and not an external paid app.
I'm sure there's a solution to this bug..
5th March 2014, 04:11 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by guyman20

Well it does work, but I really want to use a stock app from a trusted source, and not an external paid app.
I'm sure there's a solution to this bug..

Hmm a stock app from a trusted source huh? If you can learn a lil Java and some minor hacking skills you can always decompile the camera app you "trust" and hunt for the code where the sort operation takes place which I expect to be done by an object of a small private or public class that implements comparator, for reversing the sort it would be a single line of code like comparator.reverse( theArrayListofpics); also it could be totally different simpler or complex code depending on the app, or you can avoid all the above pain in the ass and use a not-so-stock 3rd party apps like Focal by one of the CM devs.

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