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When I am searching for something in my organize. I will put in something like "1981 Topps" sometimes the search comes back in card number order say lowest to highest and sometimes it just spits out everything in a random order. Is there anyway to get it to always return my search in the same style. Like number sequence.
Thanks
Brandon
I have found that it will depend on which collection you do the search from. If it is from "All Items", the result set will be in "random order". But searching in any other collection, the results seem to be in order by card number (really full description, but since the card number precedes the name, it looks like numerically sorted).
as stated above, the only one that comes out like that is all items. to sort the all items folder:

you can sort any collection by beckett value by clicking on the value column. to sort "all items", you have to change the web address manually. here are all the sorting tricks you can do manually:

FOR NOW, YOU CAN DO THE SORT MANUALLY

for year, you can sort ANY folder except "all items" just by clicking the description column heading

for other sorting options, including price:

Sort Prices High to Low:

All Items:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0&c_0sortname=price_high&c_0sortorder=desc]

Recently Traded:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001&c_3000001sortname=price_high&c_3000001sortorder=desc]

Recently Added:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000&c_3000000sortname=price_high&c_3000000sortorder=desc]

Trash:

[http: //www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002&c_3000002sortname=price_high&c_3000002sortorder=desc]

Ignore the brackets, they are just there to disable the command.


Each collection has a code number.
For All Items it is 0
For recently added it is 3000000
For recently traded it is 3000001
For trash it is 3000002

Each collection is assigned a different number. It is found in the command line at the top of the page.

Copy and paste this portion onto the end of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then change the two numbers to match the number in the beginning of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then press enter and it will sort the prices high to low.
(06-03-2012 02:29 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: [ -> ]as stated above, the only one that comes out like that is all items. to sort the all items folder:

you can sort any collection by beckett value by clicking on the value column. to sort "all items", you have to change the web address manually. here are all the sorting tricks you can do manually:

FOR NOW, YOU CAN DO THE SORT MANUALLY

for year, you can sort ANY folder except "all items" just by clicking the description column heading

for other sorting options, including price:

Sort Prices High to Low:

All Items:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0&c_0sortname=price_high&c_0sortorder=desc]

Recently Traded:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001&c_3000001sortname=price_high&c_3000001sortorder=desc]

Recently Added:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000&c_3000000sortname=price_high&c_3000000sortorder=desc]

Trash:

[http: //www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002&c_3000002sortname=price_high&c_3000002sortorder=desc]

Ignore the brackets, they are just there to disable the command.


Each collection has a code number.
For All Items it is 0
For recently added it is 3000000
For recently traded it is 3000001
For trash it is 3000002

Each collection is assigned a different number. It is found in the command line at the top of the page.

Copy and paste this portion onto the end of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then change the two numbers to match the number in the beginning of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then press enter and it will sort the prices high to low.

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