posted on Jan, 6 2019 @ 07:29 AM
a reply to: ipsedixit
is saying is that when you click on the selected files, although they are all selected, there's one that is "highlighted", the one
with a thin border around it. Looking at the following images may help.
This is a short list of files I put on a folder. As you can see, there's a thin border around image 0001.jpg.
Image 0001.jpg is not selected (none is), so if you press the Delete key, for example, nothing is deleted. But that thin border around it shows that
the file is "highlighted".
On the following image you can see what happens when you have all images selected. You can (hardly) see that there's still one image highlighted,
That's because, after selecting all images, I right-clicked on image 0001.jpg to choose the "print" option. As you can see on the next image, the
print wizard (in Portuguese, as my computer has the Portuguese version of Windows 10) shows the image 0001.jpg as being the first.
Now, if I right-click on image 0002.jpg to choose the "print" option, that image becomes the highlighted file, as you can see below.
Choosing the "print" option on the menu will make the print wizard use the highlighted image as the first, like it did before, so you will get
To finish, I did get a PDF with the image in the right order when image 0001.jpg was the highlighted one.
I hope that helps.