Description of problem:
Name field is clicked to sort by name but its not sorted.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I mounted a USB stick that contained a hidden subdirectory. Displaying that subdirectory and clicking on the name field to sort by name does nothing.
Under some circumstances (can't reproduce it on demand though) the directory display changes when the name filed is clicked, but the contents isn't sorted by name. Clicking the name field again reverses the unsorted contents exactly. This shows it IS sorting on something, but its not the name field.
Steps to Reproduce:
See attached images. Note arrow in name field.
Created attachment 524790 [details]
Changed sort order
Changed sort order
Created attachment 524791 [details]
Sort by date modified
Closed and reopened Nautilus, drilled down to hidden directory. Shows sort by modify date. Next images show attempt to sort by name that fails, leaving sort order by modify date.
Created attachment 524794 [details]
Sort by name
This shows the sort by name field triggered but the sort is still by modify date.
Created attachment 524795 [details]
sort by name reversed
Shows reversed name sort and still sorted by m date.
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