Sonarr version (exact version): 188.8.131.5222
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows):
OS: Windows 10
Description of issue:
If I click on a series name, I see a list of all of the episodes and which ones I have downloaded. What does it mean when the status of a download that I already know has happened is shaded, and then what does it mean when it is not shaded? I am thinking this means that the cutoff has or has not been met. But if it has been met, why isn’t the “monitored” status white (see below)?
For example, Sonarr downloaded show ABC this morning. The episode currently shows with the “monitored” status black (meaning that Sonarr is still monitoring it) and the status showing “HDTV-720P” shaded and the hover over message stating “Episode Downloaded XXX MB”.
My profile is set up to prioritize smaller files rather than larger ones, and I want Sonarr to not attempt any more downloads after the smallest file it can get is downloaded.
Here is my profile:
So basically, my main question is, what does it mean when the status of a download that I already know has happened is shaded, and then what does it mean when it is not shaded? In the example above, my cutoff should have been met (cutoff WebDL-1080p, and I downloaded HDTV-720p (remember that my profile prefers lower quality). So therefore, I would expect Sonarr to not attempt to download any more shows since the cutoff has been met.