• Explorer filename sorting problem - NoStrCmpLogical already present

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    From: "R.Wieser" <address@not.available>
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    Subject: Explorer filename sorting problem - NoStrCmpLogical already present Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2016 19:58:23 +0100
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    Hello All,

    My file explorer seems to have trouble sorting filenames in an intuitive
    way. Just look at the below (listing generated using "dir /one 60.*", but
    the same order appears in Explorer)

    I would expect the "60.00.-30.*" entries to come first, followed by the "60.00.00.*" and "60.00.32.*" groups.

    Some time ago (years probably :-) ) I've added the NoStrCmpLogical setting,
    and thought that it was fixed. But apperantly no such luck.

    Does anyone know what is going on here -- or better yet, how to fix it ?

    Rudy Wieser

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