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Creating "TV Shows" library, Emby changes content type to 'Mixed' Content'


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I've deleted and re-added my TV shows library and each time, Emby changes it to "Mixed Content" instead of TV shows. 

 

Is there a reason for this or do I have a setting dictating this?

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meatball

How are you deleting and re-adding them?

I got into the settings-Library and chose remove. To add a library + new library.

Is there another way to delete a library?

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As a test, if you create a TV library with a different name, does it happen with that?

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Klassiq_1

I'm having this issue as well, tv shows folder being converted to mixed content. Is there a fix coming out soon?

 

And if I were to delete the library, then re-add the library as the correct type, would it affect the database for the shows already watched?

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3 hours ago, Klassiq_1 said:

I'm having this issue as well, tv shows folder being converted to mixed content. Is there a fix coming out soon?

 

And if I were to delete the library, then re-add the library as the correct type, would it affect the database for the shows already watched?

Hi there, can you please provide a little more information? Is this happening right after creating the library as tv?

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11 hours ago, Klassiq_1 said:

And if I were to delete the library, then re-add the library as the correct type, would it affect the database for the shows already watched?

No as they are tracked by providerid.

But posting in a old topic does not help and it can not be the exact case.  Are you say the update changed your library content type?  If not do you know when this change happened?

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