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Files Resorting Themselves by Reverse Date Mod


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amika

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The files on my computer, and all the files I view FROM my computer are resorted in reverse by date modified. Sounds strange, right? Here's the catch... only when I view them from a program. If I go into a windows browser and look up the same file... it's sorted by name like it should be. I have tried rebooting many times, I have tried resorting them from every program and from browsing. I have no idea what to do next!

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks!
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Which program is it? Some will insist on ordering files in a certain order.
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I wish it were as simple as the settings on one program... but alas, it's any and all I use. I work for a sign shop and I see probably 50 jobs a day, and switch between about 6 programs all running at the same time.

At most times I have running...
SignLab 6
Adobe Illustrator CS2
Adobe PhotoShop CS2
Corel Draw 11
Outlook
Mozilla
AIM Lite
iTunes

Thanks again for any help.
-Amika
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