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permit mixed-case category names?

Post by OneCD » February 6th, 2019, 10:17 pm

Hello.

Using SABnzbd 2.3.7 on Debian 9.7

I've just noticed if I attempt to alter a category name and use uppercase characters, these are converted to all lowercase after I've hit "save".

Examples:
  • 'Movies' becomes 'movies'
  • 'TV' becomes 'tv'
  • 'not in SickChill' becomes 'not in sickchill'
Would it be possible to allow mixed character-case for the category name field please?

Thank you. :)
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Re: permit mixed-case category names?

Post by safihre » February 7th, 2019, 1:57 am

I have no clue why this is the case.
Been there for 11 years.. lol :P

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Re: permit mixed-case category names?

Post by safihre » February 7th, 2019, 2:11 am

I think it's because we support to have category-folders inside your NZB Watch Directory, and these should be lowercased to match.
Also they can be part of a filenames, so also easier to have them lowercase.

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Re: permit mixed-case category names?

Post by OneCD » February 7th, 2019, 2:12 am

Ah, no worries. Thanks @safihre. 8)
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