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Wow, that really really sucks.
Maybe try dashes between numbers? I don't think sign will work.
Dates seem to work:
I use dates all the time. Usually start with letters though.
File_2021-05-28.txt for example.
It's probably parsing the first image as dates or something
They have clippy tied up in some cellar in the desert, the file names get sent to him through a tube and he decides
@Demolishun dates are lexicographical in nature, so no specific processing is needed to sort them using basic string sorting
I'm all windows and .net and c#.
BUT WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK.
Did you try "new" explorer serarch ? It's useless ! You need some pretty good APM and mouse clicking skills just to open containing folder.
Seems like its sorting the abs values with . as a separator between values.
C0D4708192ySort by name will sort file names by each digit in the name, which gives you what you currently see.
You can control this in a group policy with Windows Pro
Turn off numerical sorting.
But even then, decimals are still sorted like shit.
Don't use "." 😆
Never by name.
sort on created at.
That is all.
Windows name sorting is officially cursed, that's it.
korrat6792yAFAIK, when using dots with numerical sorting, windows will sort each component indiviually. So 2.2 = 2.02. Not that it makes any sense.
korrat6792y@iiii only if you write the date as Y.M.D, which I haven't encountered yet. And even then, ISO is almost the same length, its standardized and sorts nicely in a purely lexicographic sort too
Is there a space before the dash ?
" -10" ?
Just trying to make sense of this this bs
ostream46422ywindows is noob shit everybody knows it
how does windows explorer sort by names