Bug #86362

Inserted images are not allways ordered alphabetically

Added by Claude Unterleitner 10 months ago. Updated 8 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Should have
Assignee:
-
Category:
Backend User Interface
Target version:
-
Start date:
2018-09-24
Due date:
% Done:

0%

TYPO3 Version:
8
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Description

When adding more than 40 images at once in a content element text/media which have already been saved on the (linux) server, the original alphabetical ordering is not always kept: Randomly one or more images are added somewhere between the other images ignoring the original superior alphabetical ordering of mostly all other images. Trying to insert the images several times leads to completely different positions of the wrong sorted images (90 to 95 % of the images are correctly ordered).

Paradoxically in my tries, I had two times testet first a correct order when trying from a linux (Ubuntu) operation system, but when then trying it from a windows client system, the ordering was not correct as described, and when then retrying from the linux operation system again, the ordering there was also not correct when adding this huge amount of images. So it has perhaps to do with a kind of caching?

History

#1 Updated by Claude Unterleitner 10 months ago

  • Subject changed from Inserted images are not allwas ordered alphbetically to Inserted images are not allwas ordered alphabetically

#2 Updated by Bernd Wilke 10 months ago

do you use Drag&Drop?

windows priorizes the file/item where you dragged (mousedown) the selection and inserts them first. sometimes the order of marking the items is used. In this way it is an error of windows and TYPO3 can not do anything.

#3 Updated by Claude Unterleitner 8 months ago

thank you for your answer. And no, I don't use drag&drop.

#4 Updated by Claude Unterleitner 8 months ago

  • Subject changed from Inserted images are not allwas ordered alphabetically to Inserted images are not allways ordered alphabetically

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