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Quoting Mad Rockatansky:
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Needless to deny it.
The situation of abandonment within this site is clear for everyone.

I just had two contributions approved today, and here we are on the forum discussing it.  If we were abandoned the site would be inactive.

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I wouldn't.  As you suggest, there's no place to put a re-issue title that's not on the front cover.

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Quoting Danae Cassandra:
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Thoughts?

I've always thought it odd that the CLT lumps all credits together while the program keeps cast and crew separate.

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Quoting ninso4:
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In fact a lot of his credits should be under Wardrobe Direction (according to imdb) which isn't a valid credit according to the contribution rules.

Since the credit rules state, "Do include 'Supervising' credits in the above categories", and since a director supervises, I don't see this as being invalid.

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The Andy Griffith Show: Season 1 - Casey Adams
Gunsmoke: The Third Season: Volume 1 - Casey Adams
Niagara - Casey Adams

Perry Mason: Season 6: Volume 2 - Max Showalter
Perry Mason: Season 7: Volume 2 - Max Showalter
Perry Mason: Season 8: Volume 2 - Max Showalter

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5th Avenue Girl - ALEXANDER D'ARCY
The Awful Truth - ALEXANDER D'ARCY
Stolen Holiday - ALEXANDER D'ARCY
Topper Takes a Trip - ALEXANDER D'ARCY

Another Thin Man - not credited

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This sounds unnecessarily complicated.

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You could install something like PLEX on your computer.  This doesn't involve DVD Profiler, but it does make it easy to find and play your digital media on your television.

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Quoting hsrh:
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Who answers support tickets? Is it Ken, or someone on his staff...?

Yes.

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I am running DVDP v4 build 1762 on Windows 10 version 1709 and am not having any trouble with it.

You might want to try running the standalone Database Repair Utility before trying to run DVDP itself.

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Quoting AiAustria:
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I would assign colorized for everything, which was shot in B/W but is presented with any kind of colors.

That would include Technicolor features, which were shot on B&W film.  I couldn't agree with this suggestion.

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Quoting widescreenforever:
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.. absolutely terrible invention ..

Unfortunately, bad disc case designs far outnumber the good ones.

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Quoting Katatonia:
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Those will probably be tough to find and glue down again.

Which is why digipaks are evil.

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Quoting acekid:
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What do you guys think?

The current interface is highly customizable.

But as to what you've presented, I personally don't like the flat look of the icons or the idea of round images for headshots.

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Here is the first sentence of the rule pertaining to Overviews:
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Copy the overview from the back of the DVD case exactly as written, including capitalization of words exactly as shown on the back of the case.

The case type for this is a Digipak (which is housed in a slip cover), which you show above.

An argument can be made to remove bold from the overview, but not for changing the capitalization (IMO).

I believe that once an episode list has been accepted that conforms to the rules (which the current one appears to do) that arbitrary changes should be rejected.

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I don't think you can turn off the main menu.  I believe you can just move it around.

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Quoting Capndad:
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Hi. Can anyone tell me why the movie "A Mighty Heart" does not get inserted into the proper place alphabetically? It shows up under M not A.

That's what it should do.

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Also, I understand why "The" in movie titles is filtered out, but where can I control this behaviour for movies for which the word "the" is necessary for the title to make sense?

Your profiles have a Sort Order field and you can use this to sort things any way you want.

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Quoting emmajason:
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Where can i find Game of Thrones series? i need all episodes in HD       

You might try Best Buy or Amazon.

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I create manual profiles of my few remaining VHS tapes, of my TV recordings I put on my Plex server, and many entries in my Wish List.

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Quoting iPatsa:
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I don't think "Thanks to" qualifies as an acting credit.

But "Background Artiste" should.

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Quoting GSyren:
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Any views on how to handle this?

I'd throw it away and pretend like I'd never heard of it. 

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Quoting CubbyUps:
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Do not list actors and crew who appear only in special features, or whose scenes were deleted from the main feature, even if they appear in special features.


It appears that this is confusing, as some think it means that if an actor's scenes were deleted from the film/tv series then we can also not include them in the profile itself.

Some may think it means that because that's exactly what it says.

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Quoting AiAustria:
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No.

We don't list stunt personel.

Why?  If we can document uncredited extras I don't know why we should specifically have to exclude stunt people seen onscreen.

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Quoting CubbyUps:
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Yet if I was to do a cast profile with episode dividers and by the rules include the Special Guests as credited it would be impossible to know exactly what episodes they actually do appear in. Each would be listed in ALL of the episodes. So if I wanted to know exactly what episode Penn & Teller were in I would have to get the discs out and scan through each episode just to find out which one they actually appeared in.

I'm not exactly sure that all credited actors need be included in our cast listings.  Take a look at this excerpt from The Rules:
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Do not list actors and crew who appear only in special features, or whose scenes were deleted from the main feature, even if they appear in special features.

One might use this to deduce that actors, credited or not, who do not appear in the film/episode, should not be listed in our submissions.

However, my preference would be to have a "Credit Only" checkbox and leave them in.

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Actors who appear in the main feature may be included.

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