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@Glorious1 I believe I've traced this to the source and fixed a little logic error, let me know if it works correctly now:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/06nz0o70a...l.zip/file
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@MariusTh86 Yes!  You nailed it.  Things seem to be in the right order with the right information and images now.

I did notice a minor thing — I recall if I choose Fetch Metadata for a selected series, it should replace existing data.  It does ask if it should replace existing images, to which I reply yes.  (Actually, it asks this twice, in between it goes to that Manual Search window to confirm the identity of the series.)  But nothing gets replaced.  I have to manually delete the nfos and jpgs to get them replaced.  As I said, not a big deal.

Thank you!
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I had to think for a moment before I understood what you meant. The function to 'replace images' is limited to specific images directly in the tv shows folder. Skipping episode thumbs.
I'm not looking to change that at the moment, but I'll try to keep it in mind since it is an oversight on my part.
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OK, I see.  So I guess the same is true of the episode nfos — they're not intended to be replaced when you Fetch Metadata?
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(2021-02-03, 19:55)Glorious1 Wrote: OK, I see.  So I guess the same is true of the episode nfos — they're not intended to be replaced when you Fetch Metadata?

While fetching the episode guide and matching episodes files to the episodes in the guide, when ViMM encounters an episode with both a thumb and a .nfo present, it will actually skip fetching information for that episode and 'quickly' move on to the next one in order to speed up the process.

The easiest solution would be to reveal the episodes in the finder, sort by kind/file type, and move all but the episode files to the trash.
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