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From: Richard Cleaveland <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Sort dates, reply to Bob (medium)
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 10:56:31 -0500
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At 10:09 AM 1/7/2003, Bob Velke wrote:
>Dick said:
>
>>This whole thread leads me to believe that TMG (and perhaps other
>>programs of the ilk) should have an option for date sorting - one for
>>dyed-in-the-wool researchers and the other for ordinary people who use
>>the dictionary. Wouldn't that satisfy all?
>
>There is already an option for date sorting that lets you accomplish
>precisely what you mean.

I looked around and failed to find it. Perhaps the help screen that says
"The "after" modifier is interpreted as inclusive of the specified time.
Thus, "after June" is interpreted as "June or later" should mention where
the option is that would change that.

Dick


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