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In "Tk label width to fit in text area", when viewed as "Replies are listed 'Oldest First'.", there are two nodes, listed in the following order, with these title bars:

Re: TK LABEL WIDTH TO FIT IN TEXT AREA [id://1199162] by Anonymous Monk on Sep 12, 2017 at 14:35 AEST ... Re: TK LABEL WIDTH TO FIT IN TEXT AREA [id://1199161] by Anonymous Monk on Sep 12, 2017 at 14:35 AEST ...

Everything about these two nodes is identical except for the node IDs. [In fact, #1199162 had been considered for reaping because it's a duplicate: that may have happened by the time you read this.]

Anyway, on the basis that #1199161 was created before #1199162, #1199161 should be displayed first, i.e. the current order reversed.

As I've no idea of the code behind this, I can really only guess, but perhaps where the timestamps are identical, something akin to this could be added to the current sort functionality:

... || $a->{node_id} <=> $b->{node_id}

— Ken

In reply to Chronological Ordering of Nodes with the Same Timestamp by kcott

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