Exacq Camera Tree Re-Order And Naming

Hey guys!

I have client who has 8 Bays, and they call them bays 1-8. We added the cameras as we installed them. Due to their environment, we were not able to add them in order from bay 1 bay 2 bay 3 etc... We started in bay 8, then 4, then 7 and so on. Now I have them all done but they are listed out of order on the camera tree. I don't want to have to delete them and then re-add them all again under "add IP cameras".

There are 12 cameras to a bay. We labeled them Bay1-1 to Bay1-12. I tried to use "Camera groups" but bay1-11 and bay1-12 goes under bay1-1. Grrrr

I guess we could label them 1-A to 1-L and so on then use groups but 1-1 to 1-12 sounds easier to me for labeling.

Any thoughts? Ideas?

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