gmalivuk wrote:(Before, it were juſt chronological, with lower-numbered filters (or were it higher? I don't remember) being applied first, but apparently that's not the case now.(
Right... the filters are applied in the order they come out of the database, which is (usually, I'm not certain for postgres but I doubt it's different from this) simply the order they're stored on the disk. Now, normally, that's just the order they're created, so earlier filters get applied first. But if you delete a bunch of entries (say, to pick an example purely at random, by having two previous Mod Madnesses where hundreds of filters were created and then deleted) then the table gets fragmented, and there are gaps where new filters can and will be inserted... so the disk order isn't chronological order any more.