[MyVideos] Sort-by-date bug

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  1. fmarcia

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    When you select the sharing view in MyVideos plugin and sort by date, movies are sorted (and dates are displayed) with the modification date and the hour of creation date.



    I reproduced it with Blue3wide as well.
     
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    It's no big deal but nobody noticed this?
     
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    Hi,
    Not sure if i get what you mean, sort by date means it sorted by created date (& it looks like it is that here with Blue 3 Wide), maybe i don't understand the issue so please explain a bit more :)

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    I understand you're confused :)

    Screenshots attached; they're better than words, I guess.

    It's just an example but it's true for all of my movies.
     

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    Hi,
    Ahhh, so it mixes the date & time from different places (thats not good & should be either modified date or created dat, not some of both)

    Thx for the images!


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    Exactly! Long life to the screenshots! ;)
     
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