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Understanding Thread Prefixes - Report Broken Anime Version

Discussion in 'Report Broken Anime' started by Vashnik, Jun 11, 2018.

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  1. Vashnik Reagent Lord Network Admin Forum Administrator

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    If you have any questions about the thread prefixes for the threads posted in this section, then this thread should help.

    Repaired - The series or episodes you reported as broken have been repaired.
    Broken - The episode(s) or series was confirmed to be broken or the reported episodes are confirmed to be the incorrect episode. You might see this prefix for an extended period if the solution is more complicated or the episode doesn't have an available download somewhere on the internet.
    Quality - The episodes aren't broken, but the quality is poor. Threads marked with this mean episodes were reported as choppy, below 480p (DVD quality), or the audio/video is out of sync.
    Working - The episode(s) are working on our end and could not be confirmed as broken.
    Uploading - The episode(s) or series is being uploaded. You might see this more often on a lengthy anime such as Naruto, One Piece, Bleach, or when there is a batch of episodes broken for a series and is being updated.
    Pending - The reported anime was fixed in some areas, but is still pending changes on other parts, such as the downloads were fixed but the streaming side is still waiting for those changes.
    Removed - The series was removed from the listing. View the thread marked with this prefix for the reason why.
    Duplicate - The episode(s) or series being reported was already reported.

    This is not a support thread.
    Updated 25 Nov 2018
    #1 Vashnik, Jun 11, 2018
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2018
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