Nah, that's not what I meant. I'm familiar with that trick, heck I made all my folders follow the same scheme ages ago...
What I'm saying is that the filename sort order isn't respected when the window is first open. IE
I've got this one folder with 10 folders in it. Now, on an older windows, it's shown this way
Folder 4 (etc)
In XP, by default, and according to what I set it, it should show this way
Folder 3 bla bla
Folder 10 at the end
Thing is, when the folder's first open, the sub-folders appear in the old method, contrarily to what it's set to, and when I refresh, it goes to the way I intend it to be.
I want to see if we can't correct this bug, to avoid me hitting F5 to refresh ( and therefore forcing the sort order ) everytime I enter such folders, I do have a few like this, specially photos.