regular expresions aren't anchored by default so you would need:
"^evil.*720p" if you want it to start at the beginning
"\bevil.*720p" if you simply don't want it to start in the middle of a word
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- Fri Apr 24, 2020 11:25 am
- Forum: Generic
- Topic: RSS Downloader tips requested. Suspect I'll need to use regex.
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I have a torrent that shows "Seeds Peers" as "3(8) 15(16)", but the list of connected peers shows that all 18 are at 0.0%. I think it's unlikely that there are any seeds at all. My VPN doesn't allows incoming connections, which means that those 18 are well connected, and they've all been at 0.0% for...