Error when changing column order of a model

In Admin => Data Model, when trying to use drag-and-drop to change column order, a 400 error happens and the order is not saved.

Metabase log:

[6fa62b77-fa42-457c-a562-d6bb4575341c] 2022-04-20T10:58:00-04:00 DEBUG metabase.server.middleware.log PUT /api/table/391 200 7.4 ms (3 DB calls) App DB connections: 0/15 Jetty threads: 3/50 (4 idle, 0 queued) (102 total active threads) Queries in flight: 0 (0 queued)
[6fa62b77-fa42-457c-a562-d6bb4575341c] 2022-04-20T10:58:02-04:00 DEBUG metabase.server.middleware.log GET /api/database/2/metadata 200 2.2 s (846 DB calls) App DB connections: 0/15 Jetty threads: 3/50 (4 idle, 0 queued) (103 total active threads) Queries in flight: 0 (0 queued)
[6fa62b77-fa42-457c-a562-d6bb4575341c] 2022-04-20T10:58:08-04:00 DEBUG metabase.server.middleware.log PUT /api/table/391/fields/order 400 816.8 ┬Ás (0 DB calls) 
{:errors {:field_order "value must be an array. Each value must be an integer greater than zero."}}```

Diagnostic info:
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}```

Hi @broom9
You are seeing this issue - workaround in the comments:
https://github.com/metabase/metabase/issues/13132 - upvote by clicking :+1: on the first post