This has been happening for the past few major versions now on basically every streaming service. I thought it might have been brought to RedFox's attention by someone else, but I haven't seen anyone do that so I figured I might as well do it. When I download subtitles, I'll usually use MKVToolNix to merge them all into one file. On the surface, it doesn't look like anything is wrong. When you download subtitles, they appear on your system with the file extension "SRT". But when I import the subtitle files with said file extension into MKVToolNix, they appear as "WebVTT' instead of "SubRip/SRT" as they did before (image0). When merging everything together and using a media player like MPC-HC to playback the media, the subtitles are simply too small to be utilized correctly (image1) whereas actual SRT subtitles do not have that issue (image2). This is NOT an MKVToolNix issue. This is NOT a MPC-HC issue. This is an AnyStream issue. I'm not sure if this is just me. I doubt it, but can anyone else confirm this issue? I've attached a log file for further inspection.