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5th July 2014, 11:21 PM   |  #1  
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This is a small issue I've noticed. I have a module by the name of [KK] Translucent Recent. When in the modules list, it is listed at the bottom of my list. However, when in the download list, it's listed first (in the installed section). This is a small inconsistency problem that I noticed and thought I should point out. Being that this is low priority, I'll be happy if it gets fixed whenever the devs have some spare time. Thanks!
7th July 2014, 08:39 PM   |  #2  
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Thanks. I assume that's because the download list is sorted by SQLite, whereas the module list is sorted in Java. Not sure about the exact implementations or ways to change it... Maybe something that somebody else could look into?
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Thanks. I assume that's because the download list is sorted by SQLite, whereas the module list is sorted in Java. Not sure about the exact implementations or ways to change it... Maybe something that somebody else could look into?

I just pushed a commit to fix this. The installed modules list now uses collation for sorting, fixing the [KK] entry and case (in)sensitivity as well.
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Cool, thanks! I didn't even know that the term "collation" exists outside of databases.
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Cool, thanks! I didn't even know that the term "collation" exists outside of databases.

Neither did I
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