KingGeorge
  • KingGeorge
Is this intentional? Is there some sort of new ordering convention being used? Or is this a really weird bug I'm seeing? I'm so confused by this...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
OpenStudy forgot how to count D; haha It's a bug.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmm, that definitely does seem weird alright - we'll look into that ASAP. Thanks!

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shadowfiend
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Thanks for the report .Strange that it only happens on lower values, looks like there are some updating issues. We've moved all of the sorting server side, and obviously there are still a couple of kinks in that. The good news is, it makes a lot of the nastier slowdowns you've seen in the browser go away. We'll make sure it gets accurate again in the lower values, sorry!

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