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AniDB Mylist watched status reset after re-importing files #770
Server Version: 3.9.3 ? commit hash 5715c3b
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Watched state got reset in mylist in anidb after re-importing files.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
Move files out.
I think this should be high priority, I wiped out quite a few watched states on AniDB without realizing it. Any file with watched status in AniDB is marked unwatched when imported. New Shoko users will ruin their AniDB MyLists if they have their files already added. Reproducible.
cheers for passing this info on, but due to my file sizes this may almost be impossible for me to fix, as I have 16tbs of anime to try and move about, it may work if i rename folders but that will screw my network shares up ..but then again redoing shares could be an easier way, i need to have a think about the best way
question, if i blank a new but empty folder, then rename my full folders to "name1" then tell it to look at the new empty "name" folder, that should see it as blank ...yeah there should be aby hidden files or anything I need to be on the lookout for
then run the remove missing files
once done then rename the folder and delete the empty one
before the reimport
sorry that's the meds I'm on turns my mind into a goldfish and as it's for 3 discs in my neck replaced twice that control my whole right side inc my hand, even I'll say it can come out a bit odd .. it's ok too lol, i take no offence as that's classed as good to somethings i've typed :)
Importing files goes here and imported files watchedLocally bool is always false because originalWatchedDate is null. It seem sto me that lines 128 to 147 shouldn't be used for files being added, as the Set Watched (ServerSettings.AniDB_MyList_SetWatched) and Set Unwatched (ServerSettings.AniDB_MyList_SetWatched) are described as manual actions (unless you choose to set watched state on files through the Video player options).