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  • Good user interface. Intuitive it is.

    BUT.

    If you have a lot of posts let’s say 1000, every time you publish a post it produces like 1000 calls to the database updating the order of every post! What does that mean: It is very heavy for the server and it needs 10 seconds or more to publish a post, making your website very very slow. This makes it completely useless for websites with lots of stuff to order.

    Another problem is that while i am in the “all posts” if i wanna move a post way back to the next page of posts, i cannot do that since i can only manipulate its position in the posts i see on the current page

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  • Agree that. Not very convenient if you want get that from page 4 to page 1.

    I agree about new post can slow down the server. I open the issue here. I hope that this way of ordering number is not cause of a problem.

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