The resolution for
trueblocks.eth looks okay, but as you mention the reverse resolution is not set.
quickblocks.eth I’m not sure your reverse resolution is set correctly:
$ ethereal ens info --domain=quickblocks.eth
Registrant is quickblocks.eth (0x3b161D57F482cd2dFBB626f0307ef92b3B094Fce)
Registration expires at 2020-05-04 01:00:00 +0100 BST
Approximate rent per year is 0.027220513349376 Ether
Controller is quickblocks.eth (0x3b161D57F482cd2dFBB626f0307ef92b3B094Fce)
Resolver is 0x226159d592E2b063810a10Ebf6dcbADA94Ed68b8
Domain resolves to 0xB97073B754660BB356DfE12f78aE366D77DBc80f
In this case your forward resolution is
0xB97073B754660BB356DfE12f78aE366D77DBc80f but you have no reverse resolution for
However, you do have a reverse resolution of
So for both
quickblocks.eth you probably want to set up a reverse resolution from the address to the name. I believe that there is an option in the ENS manager to do this if you are using the owning account in MetaMask (or of course you can do it with Ethereal if you don’t mind CLI).