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tye: Any idea if/when the 'Newest First' can/will be implemented? I find that I almost always want newest first, but I can't have it! Will it put too much load on the DB to stick the ORDER BY ??? DESC in there? If it will never be implemented, then at least take away the tantalizing 'greyed-out' Radio Buttons, so I don't have to constantly be reminded that my searches always come back in the wrong order...



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