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[Stable][1.0.0.2] Colors of arrangement columns are gone if sorting by column


a.peter
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Description: When i'm sorting the table of the "Song Manager" tab by any column, the colors of the three arrangement columns vanish.

 

System Info:

OS: Windows 7 x64 Home Premium SP 1 German

.NET Framework 1.0         not installed

.NET Framework 1.1         not installed

.NET Framework 2.0         service pack 2

.NET Framework 3.0         service pack 2

.NET Framework 3.5         service pack 1

.NET Framework 4.0 Client  installed

.NET Framework 4.0 Full    installed

.NET Framework 4.5         installed

 

Reproduction steps:

 

Start the app
Go to Song Manager tab
observation: The columns for the arrangements are colored
Sort by any column
observation: The coloring for the arrangement columns is gone
 

Screen before sorting:

http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r192/a_peter42/cfsm/cfsm-before-sorting_zpsubno0ydo.png

 

Screen after sorting:

http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r192/a_peter42/cfsm/cfsm-after-sorting_zpsau2uzz9q.png

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@a.peter

 

Thanks for reporting issue.  I am able to reproduce.  Will fix in next release.

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Hey, @a.peter we've just released an update. Please try reproducing this issue. If you find it fixed, please Mark post as Solved, otherwise we're waiting for more feedback from you!

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