@6th: the request was to report this upstream, however I have just
tested it with system monitor 3.28.2 on Fedora, and it works just as it
should: with upside down pyramid the highest cpu% is on top, the lowest
on the bottom, and with normal pyramid the highest cpu usage is the
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CPU % sort direction (ascending/descending) indicator reversed
Status in gnome-system-monitor package in Ubuntu:
When sorting on a column (in processes tab) I get the standard pyramid
shape to indicate ascending/descending sorting, with ascending sort
being a pyramid and descending being an upside down pyramid (through
natural mapping -- the base of the pyramid is larger than its top).
The cpu % column has the two confused. When showing an upside down
pyramid the largest values should be at the top (which is how the
other columns work, e.g. the ID column). Instead the smallest values
are at the top.
Description: Ubuntu 17.10
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