When I filter-as-you-type the file list in Nautilus, the result list gets sorted "by relevance" by default. How is this defined? What makes a file more relevant than another file?
Can I change this default sorting of the result list to alphabetical sorting, aka "A-Z"? (I should note that I have
export LC_ALL=C.UTF-8 in my
.bashrc, to have Nautilus respect punctuation in file names)
I am using Fedora Silverblue 37, with Gnome 43