Red entries (remake) are torrents that match any of the following:
Reencode of original release.
Remux of another uploader's original release for hardsubbing and/or fixing purposes.
Reupload of original release using non-original file names.
Reupload of original release with missing and/or unrelated additional files.
Orange entries are:
Batches of completed series.
Grey entries are:
Using the Search Engine
Search results can be filtered by category, remake, trusted, and users.
The results can be further sorted by size, date, seeders, leechers, completed count, and comment count.
You can combine search terms with the | operator, such as
foo|bar, to match any of the words instead all of them.
To exclude results matching a certain word, prefix them with -,
e.g. foo -bar, which will return torrents with foo in the
name, but not those which have bar in the name as well.
If you want to search for a several-word expression (substring) in its entirety, you can
surround searches with " (double quotes), such as
"foo bar", which would match torrents named foo bar but not
those named bar foo. You may also use the aforementioned | to group
phrases together: "foo bar"|"foo baz". You can negate the entire
group with - (e.g. -"foo bar"|"foo baz"), but not single items.
You can also use ( and ) to signify precedence, but quoted strings do
not honor this. Using (hello world) "foo bar" is fine, but quoted strings inside
the parentheses will lead to unexpected results.
If you find a torrent that breaks the rules, click the
button to the right
of the torrent's information page. Then, enter a reason for your report in the
dialog that opens, and hit the button to confirm.
Styling Descriptions and Comments
You can style your comments and your torrent's description using
This includes adding images or linking to external websites.
To link to an external site, use [label](https://example.com)
where the text in the  square brackets is the shown text of your
link, and the URL in the () parentheses is the URL your link will
Embedding an image is similar. Use ![alt text](https://example.com/image.jpg)
to have an image embedded in your comment or description. Note the !
exclamation mark at the beginning, denoting that this link is an image.