Description of problem:
If one sorts feeds by date (by clicking on the column header), when the arrow is pointing DOWN, the most recent entry is at the TOP. When the arrow is pointing UP, the most recent entry is at the BOTTOM. Shouldn't this be the other way around? It is contrary to most other programs and certainly GTK ones are the opposite.
The theme installed was KDE-Leonidas.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Akregator 1.5.0 (KDE 4.3.0).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum install kdepim. (Pulls down KDE Leonidas theme as a dependency.)
2. Import *.opml.
3. Fetch all feeds.
4. Click on date column heading to sort articles.
DOWN = Most recent article at top.
UP = Most recent article at bottom.
This is the opposite of the convention across most other software.
DOWN = Most recent article at bottom.
UP = Most recent article at top.
Created attachment 360861 [details]
Column Sort Arrows Showing Opposite Behaviour to that Expected - 1.
Created attachment 360862 [details]
Column Sort Arrows Showing Opposite Behaviour to that Expected - 2.
Created attachment 360863 [details]
"Normal" behaviour from another app - Evolution. Down arrow means most recent is at the BOTTOM, not the top.
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Setting status to NEEDINFO, and awaiting upstream bug report URL for tracking.
Thanks in advance.
Steven M. Parrish - KDE Triage Master
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David Le Sage
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