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Coin Control Sorting #427
When i open coin control and i have it in tree mode, i try to sort the coins by confirmations but it doesn't sort correctly. It sorts in descending order by the left most digit instead of right.
eg. the confirmations show:
The tx with confirmation 867 should not appear here.
The other digit groupings are the same e.g.
The tx with confirmation 75 should not appear here.
Expected behaviour is that it should correctly sort the transactions by confirmation in true numerical descending / ascending order.
NavCoin Core v4.5.2
I'm not sure if it makes a difference but i was in tree mode and also looking at a wallet with cold staking spending keys in it on linux. I'll poke around a bit more and see if i can replicate or refute it on other OS or other transaction types. What OS are you testing on? OSX?
in addition to this ticket, the reason why i was in coin control is that i was trying to spend coin's from a specific address. It took quite a long time to use coin control to select the individual inputs i wanted to use from the address i was trying to move coins out of. I'm not sure if it's worth the effort, but i was wondering if an extension of the coin control feature could be to add the capability to choose a specific address to spend from instead of needing to choose specific outputs to use. so if i had multiple addresses in my wallet that act kind of like savings / checking accounts, i could use it to say "spend 5000 NAV from my savings account please" and it would do that and just figure out the best inputs to use that match the chosen address.
Know what i mean? it's probably quite specific to how im using the wallet, but i thought it could be a good feature after my experience. i could split this out into its own ticket if you think it has merit?
I did some additional testing.
I found the problem, this bug is caused by the QT version that we use in depends.
I tested with a newer version
5.9.8 includes mostly only security fixes so i'd say 5.9.8