|Midnight_Voice||Scan Program column sort order is case sensitive|
|28th Nov, 2010 15:46|
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Last edited on 28th Nov, 2010 15:47
At the end of my neatly arranged A-Z of Programs is 'comdlg32 ActiveX Control 6.X'
The only reason I can see for this being at the very end is that this is where a case sensitive sort has placed it.
Should the sort perhaps be case insensitive? I think this would be better, and would match what Windows Explorer does.
The Detected Installation, BTW, is C:\Windows\System32\Comdlg32.ocx.
Using 'Open Folder' on this and examining the properties of this file, or using UltraEdit and searching the actual code for 'comdlg32', does not yield anything that looks like the Program name above, so I don't quite know where PSI got it from.
A computer program can do pretty much anything the user doesn't know is impossible for it to do.
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|This user no longer exists||RE: Scan Program column sort order is case sensitive|
|29th Nov, 2010 09:07|
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