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(Note: haven't tested it in FUSS yet, so feel free to test it first)
After I used installarea to install an area, I typed areas. It still only showed limbo.are so decided to check and see what the problem was.
in build.c installarea function
after
         /*
          * Sort the area into it's proper sort list. BUGFIX: Samson 4-15-03 
          */
         sort_area( tarea, FALSE );

It might need this
         sort_area_by_name( tarea );

Seems it doesn't like updating the list without it.
       
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