On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 9:53 PM, Erwin Brandstetter
> That may be the key here. When I open the simple test table from above in
> v1.14 I get descending order. On opening the Sort/Filter dialog it see an
> explicit ORDER BY test_id DESCENDING - which I did not set.
> Once I delete that, the sort order falls back to ascending - as it should to
> begin with.
> However, after reopening the table explicit descending order is back.
I see the same... except it's defaulting to ASC.
> Interesting that you cannot reproduce the effect. Ar you on Apple?
> I am tested with all combinations of pgAdmin 1.12 & 1.14 Beta 3 on Win XP
> Pro and postgres 9.0.4 and 8.4.8 on Debian Squeeze.
Tested on Mac and Windows 7.
> Playing with the new Features "View Data" .. "View top / last 100 rows" has
> no lasting side effects on this problem.
Very odd. Anyone else able to reproduce this?
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