im getting crazy soon, how can i invert to the highest int comes first and its not at the bottom?!
Hi @nonamehere ,
That's just the sort order - set that column to be desc.
Hi Colin. It does not work.
"order": [[ 0, 'desc' ], [ 1, 'desc' ]]
The "active" one has to be at the top, its also the one with the highest number.
If it can get sorted actually, so all the "active" ones, will be on the top will it be perfect
It works here. We're happy to take a look, but it would help, as per the forum rules, if you could link to a running test case showing the issue so we can offer some help. Information on how to create a test case (if you aren't able to link to the page you are working on) is available here.
Can it be done over teamviewer if i PM you
I got PHP over it to generate the fields, so it will be a bit difficult to get it over to a test bench
How the table is generated is likely to be less important than the data itself. If you could just paste the table into a test case, ready made, that should still demonstrate the problem.
Okay, ill try, give me a second
Didnt save, cant find where i save it
There we go
You can see it there
I tried to set it to "order: [4, 'desc']", but then the actives are at the bottom, they have to be on the top
I got it solved, i had a other script messing it up..
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