BINS IN THE PROJECT FOLDER - ARE NOT ALPHABETIZING PROPERLY - ANYMORE?

Community Beginner ,
Apr 30, 2021 Apr 30, 2021

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No - more Alphabetical sort order in the project bin. ( _ ) NO LONGER SENDS TO THE TOP (YOU CAN CLICK NAME AND CLICK NAME AGAIN - AND IT DOES NOT APHABETIZE - SOMETHING IS OVERRIDING ITS ABILITY TO ALPHEBETIZE - I'm not prevented from organizing my project bin in the order I want - It will not adhere to numerical sort order either - not sure how to change it back to alphbetical sort order? Anyone know?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 30, 2021 Apr 30, 2021

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Please do not write in Capital Letters.

 

Post screenshot of your project bin.

 

I have no trouble setting the name to alphabetical order.

If Premiere is acting up:
FAQ: How to reset (trash) preferences.

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Wasn't trying to capitalize for ephasis - just had it left on - while I was writing file names. 

Figured it out - My fault completely - 'human error'

When cutting and poasting folder names - I had left some spaces at the begining of some folder names without noticing - and it was bumping up those with spaces from the cut n paste in the ordering. I have been experience quite a few buggy behaviors with premier over the last month - so I jumped to the assumption it was related.

Thanks for your response.

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