In my J & B hubs, the links with arrows are done in a reverse order than I'd prefer. For example, in scene 2 the first group link points to scene 3 (left) and scene 1 (right). I'd like to have it flow in a more natural order (more like page numbers.) I'd like for the left arrow to go to scene 1 and right to take the reader to scene 3. I'd like the same for all the scenes. So what would be the best way to get this accomplished? Would I have to delete and then republish in reverse order?
You can reorder hubs in a group fairly easily with the my groups interface. You don't have to unpublish or republish anything.
However, there is a bug in the group ordering, where by the order will appear reversed for the logged in author on the hubs themselves, but it will appear correctly for everyone else. This will be fixed tomorrow, so you may want to wait a day or so to avoid the confusion.
Lol that would have ticked me off to no end Trying to keep reordering them.
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