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Simple Grade Entry: Make sure the GradeEntryItem names appear in the correct order in the table view #91

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benjaminvialle opened this Issue Sep 29, 2010 · 5 comments

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benjaminvialle commented Sep 29, 2010

Steps to reproduce:

As an instructor, create a grade entry form with 10 or more questions using question names like "Q1", "Q2", "Q3", ..., "Q10", etc.

Navigate to the "Grades" page.

The questions appear in the following order across the top:

Q1 Q10 Q2 Q3 ... Q9

Note that Q10 occurs right after Q1 because Q10 comes after Q1 but before Q2 alphabetically.

We need to find a way to make sure that the question names appear in the correct order. This might be tricky though since we are not currently requiring the question names to be input in a particular format. Any format for question names is currently valid (eg. {Qa, Qb, Qc}, {1, 2, 3}, {1a, 1b, 2a} are currently all considered to be valid).

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I'll be working on this.

ghost commented Jan 22, 2011

I'll be working on this.

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I tried this and couldn't reproduce it. Can anyone else verify that?

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umsmit32 commented Jan 20, 2013

I tried this and couldn't reproduce it. Can anyone else verify that?

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I got it to happen by adding parts to the questions. See screenshot.
marks misaligned

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umsmit32 commented Jan 20, 2013

I got it to happen by adding parts to the questions. See screenshot.
marks misaligned

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The simplest solution to sort by both letters and numbers would be to have certain restrictions on labels so that we can focus on how to sort. It's hard to cover all cases, e.g. 12Q, Q12, question 12, Q 1 2, etc.

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darynl commented Jan 22, 2013

The simplest solution to sort by both letters and numbers would be to have certain restrictions on labels so that we can focus on how to sort. It's hard to cover all cases, e.g. 12Q, Q12, question 12, Q 1 2, etc.

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This is currently more broken than it first appears. The order of columns seems to be dependent on a number of things, but it is definitely not in the order that they were entered.

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reidka commented Sep 21, 2013

This is currently more broken than it first appears. The order of columns seems to be dependent on a number of things, but it is definitely not in the order that they were entered.

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Can somebody close this please? It was fixed when issue-1194 was fixed.

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ariannedee commented Nov 18, 2013

Can somebody close this please? It was fixed when issue-1194 was fixed.

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