Now when I add new image, it appears at the end of my gallery order.
How can I put recently added images first?
Did you get this issue resolved? I'm have the same problem!
The only way I found is to maximum zoom out page view – then you can drag items.
Update: issue resolved by Squarespace developers.
Is there something I am missing here? I am unable to drag images around in my gallery to modify the order. The images are all locked in place. Is this working as intended or is it a bug?
Sorry for my unfamiliarity. Just signed up for the trial and this is one of the few basic things that I have tried so far. Can't say I'm as impressed as I was after watching the promotional video which made all of this look stunningly easy.
I would also like to set the sort order on a gallery. If that is not feasible then please set the order so that newest is on top.
Answer by foleyatwork
Dec 06, 2012 at 03:19 PM
You can drag and drop images to change the order.
foleyatwork, I know I can, but:
when there is more than 50 images – most of them becomes undraggable.
when I add 1 image it's ok to drag it to the top, but when there is 10 images...
I think recently added items must be at the top.
Here's video, so u guys don't think I don't know what drag&drop is – http://youtu.be/pQMY12zsTgw
Didn't mean to suggest you were unaware of how to use basic features, but I couldn't get that detail from the question. The more information you put in your question, the better response the community can give.
I think the best route here is to submit a support ticket. It seems like a bug and support can report that to the engineering team.
Thank you foleyatwork :)
Just submited support ticket.
Thats a joke, right? :-( Just started the trial and realized that galleries doesn't support a basic sort order setting?!?
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