I believe the issue is the order is only incorrect on the display - the actual order of the rules in the back end table is correct - so if you put the rules in the order in which you want (even if there are more than 11 of them) and then press save, it's written through to the back end correctly and enforced correctly - however if you refresh the view the SA will then show them in the wrong order.
The problem is the alias field goes from 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 etc... and the default sort order coming out of SQL sorts by the alias field in alphabetical order so they're shown in 0,1,10,12,3,4,5...
It's awkward but the resolution notes are correct. You have to remember that when making any changes to force the order you see to be correct before you save.
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