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Hi, how about remembering the sorting of your answers / questions? I personally like to see mine in the 'Newest' sorting, but it's always under the 'Votes' one by default. Sometimes I forget this and it gets confusing when I see my posts in a different order than I instinctively expect them to be.



Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about. You see how the 'votes' sorting is checked? What I'm asking is that it remembers your last selection when you come back. If you choose 'recent' (which is my preference) it should be like that next time you login.

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Waitaminnitjustonesecondlemmegetitstraighthere, you're talking not of the actual question page but the user profile page? – random Sep 26 '09 at 0:28
Am so used to seeing screenshots to better/accurately illustrate a point. – random Sep 26 '09 at 0:31
this is a duplicate request, now. – Jeff Atwood Sep 26 '09 at 8:22
duplicate request? – Carlo Sep 26 '09 at 23:56
So is this a no go? – Carlo Oct 9 '09 at 22:43

If you're logged in, you should already be able to stick with a sort order.

Having set it a long time ago on Newest, while everyone keeps talking in the mindframe of sort by Votes, this continues to hold true.

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Hmm it doesn't work that way for me. Everytime I log in and go see my posts, they're all sorted by votes. – Carlo Sep 26 '09 at 0:12
I added a screenshot to illustrate my point. – Carlo Sep 26 '09 at 7:11

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