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I just had to resurect this thread.... because WOOHOO!... I just recently broke 4,000!

I am now at 4,017! 
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I have screen caps in mine... but not exclusively. I also like the movie poster and such as well, in my opinion this falls in with that. But hey... that is me.
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Quoting GreyHulk:
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I would include ALL the text. So "Super Duper $@%!#& Cut".


As would I
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I would just use the gallery if I wanted an image of it.
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I just tried to be sure... unless we are talking about 2 differemt things... I click on the front image... it enlarges in it's own window.  It does not cover the front and back image... so I just click the back image and the enlargement switches.

Not sure what you are talking about clicking the words back image. Only place I see that is in edit mode.

Unless you have the front and back image in the same place with tabs? That may be the difference. Not everyone has that. I have the front image above the back image in my layout...

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I asked for this at one time until I was told the same thing Gunnar siad. Now I am fine the way it is. I don't see how it would be any quicker. It is still just one click of the mouse.
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Some of the ones I have is just MI:2 (and such) on the cover In those cases that is the title to be used. The thread Tim points to talks about when both is on the cover.... like MIB: Men in Black we would use just Men in Black.

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Correction... some of the DVDs I had was like that. Thankfully when upgrading to Blu-ray it is no longer that way for me!
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The last NEW profiles I did was submitted on May 28th....and approved/released the same day.
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I am sure they are just running behind... you must remember they see a ton of contributions considering all regions... all localities... all formats (DVDs, BR, 4k). Updates normally take a week or more to get accepted/declined... I personally wouldn't even start to worry at 9 days.
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For me both...

I renumber my collection by title. So when I look at my list it is in  both alphabetical and numerical order.

That is just one of several ways profiler allows you to do it.

As for the right way of doing it... there is only 1 answer there... the way that feels correct to you.
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I have used sources for charcter names before... including IMDB. Never a problem. Though in my case I check and list multiple sources for the info... making sure all the sources agree on part played. Have you all been using multiple sources or just one? I can see how one source can get you a decline.
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To contribute the child profiles you must have a blu-ray drive for your computer. I use an external blu-ray drive I got off Amazon reletively cheap.
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BTW... just curios. Is this for the new steelbook  box set with Grease, Grease 2 and Grease Live?
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yes going by the way the rules are written it has to be written for the film itself. Unfortunately no... I do not know where you can find out if any were written for the film itself.
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And bonus feature films is an exception per the rules. It is only a box set of the additional film(s) is not considered a bonus feature.
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I agree with T!M and Danae... no original titles for box sets.
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basically yes
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Nope... it is more then an assumption as I helped write those rules. More then one film indeed means different films not a film on multiple formats.
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Box set rules has nothing to do with combo packs. Why would they refer to box set rules? Box Set rules are exceptions to the standard rules for releases that contain more then one film. Not the same film on different formats.
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You must use the Image tags...

Space added so you can see what it looks like:
[ img src="https://www.cjoint.com/doc/18_04/HDzjPoH7hZK_Capture.JPG" /]

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Ken's first version of the field was a one selection option. He changed it to a check box so you can check all included on box set parent profiles.
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yes... see my reply above where I talked about how Ken made adjustments to the field so we could do so. If the box set has both or even all 3 you check what applies.
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The Movieman is correct.
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Title: Ghost: Widescreen Collection

Year: 1990
Director: Jerry Zucker
Writer: Bruce Joel Rubin (Writer)
Rating: PG-13
Length: 127 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 5.1, English: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround, French: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround, Commentary: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround
Subtitles: English

Stars:
Patrick Swayze as Sam Wheat
Demi Moore as Molly Jensen
Tony Goldwyn as Carl Bruner
Elevator MenStanley Lawrence
Christopher J. Keene

Plot:
Think of the most touching love story you ever saw. Think, too, of the brightest comedy, the most astonishing supernatural tale and a sleek mystery-thriller. Did you come up with four separate films? Or are you among the millions of fans and critics who've discovered Ghost, the #1 film of 1990? Ghost will surprise you, delight you, make you believe. Patrick Swayze plays a ghost who teams with a psychic (Academy-Award® winner Whoopi Goldberg) to uncover the truth behind his murder — and to rescue his sweetheart (Demi Moore) from a similar fate. "The word of mouth is that Ghost is a 'must-see' romance," says Entertainment Weekly. Ditto to that!

Extras:
Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Feature Trailers
Featurettes
Closed Captioned

My Thoughts:

It has been many years since I seen this one. Used to see it on cable all the time, I remembered enjoying it.... but I didn't remember much else storyline wise. It is a good film. A supernatural romance thriller. Whoopi Goldberg is a good addition for some much needed comedy to round it out. Well worth the time put in to watch it.

My Rating:
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I was just about to ask why not use the gallery myself.
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