I have the following indices:

```
{A,B,C,D,E,F,F#}::Indices(full).
{a,b,c,d,e,f,f#}::Indices(space1).
{m,n,o,p,q,r,r#}::Indices(space2).
\partial{#}::PartialDerivative.
```

And these fields: $\lambda_{AB}, F_{A}, F_{A B C}$ and their derivatives. I am using the versions of the fields with split indices (i.e. $a,b,c,..$ and $m,n,o..$).

I have a test expression

$$ c_0\partial_{b m}F_{m a c}F_{c}\lambda_{a b}+\lambda_{c e}\partial_{e n}F_{n c b}F_{b}c_3+\lambda_{m n}\partial_{a a}F_{b c m}F_{b c n}c_1+\lambda_{c d}\partial_{n}F_{n c d}c_2 $$

I want to use sort_product in such a way that first are the $\lambda$ expessions, then $F$ with one index, then $F$ with three indices, and then first derivatives then second and so on, all regardless of indices they have.

I declare a SortOrder line in the code. No matter what I put there it never works correcly, first I tried using the exact same indices as in the test expression and writing the order very explicitely:

`{\lambda_{a b},\lambda_{m n},\lambda_{c e},F_{c},F_{b c n},\partial_{n}{F_{n c d}},\partial_{b m}{F_{m a c}},\partial_{e n}{F_{n c b}}}::SortOrder;`

Then I tried using the question mark and hashtag operators, ideally I would want something like this:

`{\lambda_{#},F_{#},\partial_{#}{#}}::SortOrder;`

Which would exactly accomplish what I want if it worked. No matter what combination I tried it never worked perfectly sometimes it correctly shuffled one term but others would be in the wrong order. The actual expession I am working with in my codes has about a hundred terms.

I would like to ask what I should write so sort_product achieves the desired order?