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I know this has been brought up before but has anything been done to fix the pligg "sort" feature?
Whenever I try to sort by "Most Upvotes" it does sort by most upvotes but mixes in published and new content. Same goes for trying to sort "Most Upvotes" in a certain catagory. This is also an issue in the actuall Pigg demo. Ive tried all of the suggestions previously brought up with no luck, does anyone have any working solutions?

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    Yeah I saw that post and tried it already, its not working for me.

    For example when I try /upvoted it should show me only the published stories sorted by most votes but instead it mixes in random "new" stories, but not all the "new" stories which is even weirder.

    Same thing if I try /new/upvoted it mixes in random published stories.

    Any idea why this could be happening?

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    If you apply my solution, you get to fix all the bugs stated before about sorting by upvoted, downvoted, most commented, etc. as a general sort or by category, which I added the fix for.

    However, to be able to separate the published from the new stories search, it needs a considerable re-coding of many of the files involved.

    I might be able to work on it later after I finish the work I have. :-)

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    Yeah if you could find the time to come up with a solution that'd be awesome! :)

    I see what you are saying and your fix does help for the catagories. It's funny that pligg doesn't do it out of the box as only the published content is worth sorting

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