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Re: KNode sorting order?

  • Subject: Re: KNode sorting order?
  • From: PDannyD <dan1970@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 16:51:19 +0100
  • Newsgroups: comp.windows.x.kde
  • References: <4526dde1.0@entanet> <4582189.tQ7rX1XWhN@schestowitz.com>
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  • Xref: news.mcc.ac.uk comp.windows.x.kde:40203
On Saturday 07 October 2006 14:03, Roy Schestowitz
[newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] wrote in message

> __/ [ PDannyD ] on Friday 06 October 2006 23:33 \__
>> Ok, I'm too pissed ("drunk" to you Americans <hugz>) to Google but
>> there's one thing which I really like in Outlook Express but can't find
>> in KNode:
>> How can I sort all newsgroup posts so that everything is in date order
>> but with the watched threads grouped at the top (also in date order)?
>> To expand a little: I want all the watched threads to be shown at the top
>> of the list of threads but in date order. After the watched threads I
>> want all the other threads to be shown in date order. Ignored threads to
>> be listed last, also in date order.
>> From what I can find it's either in date order or watched/ignored order.
>> I'm running Mandriva2006, I guess you can work out the version of KNode
>> from the headers. Anything else you need to know?
>> I'll check for replies over the weekend. Can you all please type your
>> replies in lower case because I'll almost certainly have a headache.
>> Thank you and hic.
> Hi,
> Sorry to provide such a short reply, but have you yet used/considered
> viewing filters in KNode (not message filters)? It took me two years or
> regular KNode use to consider them. And I can't understand how I ever
> coped without them. Therein lies a solution that addresses your needs and
> makes reading far easier, even in newsgroups with traffic that approaches
> 1000 messages/day.

Oops! Forgot to check for replies.

The viewing filters don't do what I want. There doesn't seem to be any way
of sorting on more than one criteria.

eg: in Outlook Express I'd first select the date column to sort all the
posts in date order then I'd select the watched/ignored column which would
sort the posts by watched/ignored but perform a secondary sort by date

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