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How much trouble is it to make a standard change in 'umbraco/views/dictionary/list.html', in order to sort the list in the dictionary more logically. namely: alphabetical by name?
The change would be:
<div class="umb-table-row" ng-repeat="item in vm.items | orderBy: 'name'">
So " | orderBy: 'name' " added to the line. No harm done.
Now I (and others too, probably) have to keep in mind to change it again after an upgrade.
That shouldn't be hard to do at all - if you have a Github account you can pretty much make that change directly in the browser, it'll even do the branching and pull request for you!
Take a look at https://github.com/umbraco/Umbraco-CMS/blob/dev-v7/docs/CONTRIBUTING.md - and remember to create a "ticket" on issues.umbraco.org to go along with your pull request. There might be some unforeseen consequences with doing this, so it's better to have a place to discuss with the Core team.
As a added bonus you'll get a Contributor badge on your profile if your PR is merged :-)
Thank you very much, Jannik.
What a quick and good response. This is probably something I should have known earlier (or did I know?), but I normally focus on the front-end side.
I can assure you that I will honor your directions, later today.
Anyway I can conclude that this part of 'our.umbraco.org' works wonderfully well!
Awesome! And yeah, it's not always obvious how easy it is to actually fix stuff like this yourself :-D #H5YR
(Edit: Also, if you're content with my answer feel free to mark the question as answered ;-) )
Hi Jacques and Jannik,
I'm pretty sure that will break the list in it's current state. Now it represents the dictionary structure and will indent the rows if they are on a deeper level.
If you will order by name this indenting will still happen but will not make any sense.
Of course you are right. What a pity!
But that brings the next question to mind: why is not possible to sort the directory structure at this point?
For now I am afraid to have to live with the problem. It is not that important.
Thank you for your response.
When converting the dictionary section to angular I kept the same way of working as the original one.
But maybe you can raise an issue at http://issues.umbraco.com and let's see what we can come up with
hello - was this ever raised as a bug?
This is issue is reported and fixed in 7.13
thanks for the update:)
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