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150 posts
msg #26237
Ignore defghca
4/15/2003 11:58:49 AM

the sort order when clicking on column headings is ascending by default; since we are almost always maximizing, it seems to me it would make more sense to have descending order by default ie; the greatest value topmost

any comments?

101 posts
msg #26244
Ignore gruender
4/15/2003 8:43:18 PM

I strongly agree. The default for most columns should be set on descending.

While you are making this change, why not add this sorting capability to the symbols column? This capability will be helpful when looking for one or more symbols through a long listing of results. But make the default for symbols ascending, starting with "A" "B" etc.

Thanks for your consideration.


101 posts
msg #26259
Ignore gruender
4/17/2003 8:59:23 PM

SF Tom,

Do you feel that these suggestions are worth pursuing? Please give us your thoughts.

Thanks, Joe

49 posts
msg #26269
Ignore adrianf
4/19/2003 10:22:59 AM

The ascending idea for symbols is a good one. It would make looking for particular stocks much easier. Great suggestion!

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