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Pirandello
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Assault cube

Please, could you make an update available for the new version of Assault Cube 1.1.0.1 ? Also, I've search in the threads if someone had already asked for that, and browsing through the messages make me realize that it would be nice to be able to sort the posts by date.
Thanks !

thesupremecommander
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Being Worked On

It's being worked on: https://portableapps.com/node/24522

Also, the posts are already sorted by descending dates.

My Dev Tests: ~ KeePass Pro Portable (awaiting .NET directory) ~ FreeCol Portable (needs testers)

"... proving to everyone that we are operating on Valve Time..." - us Blum

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Alright Sir! Good job team!

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AssaultCube et sorting

Great for the Assault cube ! Thanks.
For the posts, I didn't explain myself very well. I meant to be able to sort the post thread by date order: basically before posting a comment on Assault Cube, I just wanted to know what was currently going on about it in the forums. So I've search for "assault Cube" and got all the threads sorted in no apparent order, with the first threads dating from 2008 and other from 2010. I didn't want to be more specific in my search, just have a look on the "current state of affairs" about the topic.
Anyway,it's not a biggie, txs for the answer !

Pirandello

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Sorted

It is sorted by time of last change (descending), with those that don't have a last changed date first, I think.

My Dev Tests: ~ KeePass Pro Portable (awaiting .NET directory) ~ FreeCol Portable (needs testers)

"... proving to everyone that we are operating on Valve Time..." - us Blum

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Less "random" sorting

Well I think it could be sorted more logically. Is that time of change of last post, or time of change of original post? To be quite honest the Drupal forums are terrible. We quite merrily tell "noobs" to "search before posting" but I myself often have trouble finding stuff on here. I frequently have to wade through ancient and irrelevant postings before I find what I'm looking for, if at all.

The example that has already been mentioned, that of trying to find the most recent development release thread for an app, is a fantastic game to play when I have time on my hands to waste.

anyway... down off of high horse>

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