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Subject: Default sorting on inclusive/exclusive times should be descending
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The JavaScript table sorting code nytprofhtml uses seems to use default ascending sorts for most things. Many NYTProf columns are actually more logically displayed using descending default. Please change all table columns that are numeric metrics/measurements to use default-descending sorts instead of default-ascending.
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There doesn't seem to be a away to specify to the tablesort code that the first click on a column should make it do a descending sort. (At least I couldn't see one when I looked some months ago.) On the other hand, it's only a minor irritation and fairly natural (and fast) to click the header again to sort the other way.
The sort arrow is visible by default now. Thanks.

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