I'm curious because when using a program I have for cataloging certain files that are contained within a nested set of folders, I always find the last file added at the very beginning of the list in only one of the folders. In every one of the other folders, the files are arranged alphabetically, which while is probably normal, I prefer the former, because it is much quicker to locate a file in the situation I'm dealing with. Curiously, this arrangement only occurs when using the catalog program, not when viewing the files from a regular file manager. That would make one think that this is just a quirk of the cataloger, but if that were the case, it would seem that it would work the same in all of the other folders. I have searched for a means of setting this everywhere that I can think of, but without any luck. Can anyone suggest a possible solution?