Sorting in SSMS object explorer details view

I have the developer edition of SQL Server 2012 installed on Win7 Pro x64. From Management Studio I can pull up the object explorer details view and see a list of say, all tables in a given database. If I sort by schema, I’d like it to subsequently sort by table name. But it doesn’t do that. It uses some other mystery attribute to order tables within a given schema.

Is it possible to sort by a second column, or change the second-level sorting so it looks at the table name?

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    No, Object Explorer Details only supports single-level sorting, just like ORDER BY x in SQL Server will order y in an arbitrary way.

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