Moving a Gourmet Recipe Manager recipe up the list.

Asked by Bobww on 2015-01-09

Mint 17 Cinn.
File manager, Nemo 2.2.4

Moving a Gourmet Recipe Manager recipe up the list
The last recipe I entered appears under all other previous listed recipes. I would like to be able to move the last entered recipe to any location within the Gourmet Recipe Manager opening screen. It appears that all recipes appear in under Title, Category and so forth in the order in which you develop them. To say this another way;
Example:
A
C
D
E---Being the last recipe loaded.
I would like to move new recipe B between A and C.
Is this possible?
Drag and drop did not work. My file manager might allow me to do this outside of GRM?

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Bobww (bobww9) said : #1

Been using GRM for a number of days. stopped using for a day. Problem was present during those days. Open GRM today and problem solved,

My recipes are numbered with the convention "#1 ...... #2 ...... #3 ..... and etc. . Now they appear in correct title order.
Either this post prompted a fix or it just takes time for program to sort out user intention.

Thanks developers/associate writers.

Bruce Westfall (brucewestfall) said : #2

You can also sort by Rating on the main page.

Very handy when there are many recipes you've imported and want to see ones you have tried and like or don't like.

Bobww (bobww9) said : #3

Many thanks Bruce.

Bobww (bobww9) said : #4

Many thanks Bruce.

On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 11:47 AM, Bruce Westfall <
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> Your question #260404 on Gourmet changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/gourmet/+question/260404
>
> Bruce Westfall posted a new comment:
> You can also sort by Rating on the main page.
>
> Very handy when there are many recipes you've imported and want to see
> ones you have tried and like or don't like.
>
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