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Your Vote for the Palm
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorPaulo Carvalho
Registered: May 12, 2007
Brazil Posts: 44
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Quoting DJ Doena:
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The problem is: DVDPM is written in a .NET language. .NET is only available for Windows Mobile operating systems. If Ken would decide to make a PALM version it would be completely different code, in a different programming language.


I understand what you are if relating, I am not lay in the subject but he did not cost to try.
A version PALM would be coming well the community of users PALM.
Unhappyly I use the PALM more than the 5 years, already I acquired at least three models and the current use iSolox to configure my collection of DVD.
My Smartphone (MOTION Q) with the last versions of the WM6.0 also is not recognized.
I find that I have that to learn to buy... ehehehehehe
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile Registrantdablab
Registered: June 23, 2007
United States Posts: 3
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I would love to see a palm version.  I recently bought a palm tx because it was the best price for what I needed for nursing school.  I would have loved to buy a pda with windows mobile so that I could use it with DVD profiler but had to be realistic.
DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantbobb
Registered: March 14, 2007
United States Posts: 486
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1st of glad to see the poll is up from just 8 votes. I do use the iSilo option, as well a Videolist from WakefieldSoft, (which I used before discovering DVDProfiler.) The aurthor of that program says he is doing a major release hopefully by the end of the year. I have requested that he add look up by UPC and, the ability to show cover scans. I only use the program as a backup these days as I find it is easier to use when out shopping for DVD's. While the best of all possible worlds would be one where Ken makes a Palm version, I'm afraid that may never come to fruition.

Bobb
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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantdatoni
Registered: May 26, 2007
Posts: 2
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Would love to have it on my TX! Still hoping it will be out some day................Good weekend!
wohlrajhnoir
Registered: June 10, 2007
Posts: 3
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I hope it too, DVD Profiler is such a good product....
Alex Drastico
Registered: July 9, 2007
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Me too want a Palm version...pleassseeee write it...
DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantcartrefconsulting
Registered: June 1, 2007
Australia Posts: 3
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I voted yes, maybe late but better late that never.

My Palm is with me at all times and in my wallet two sad scraps of paper telling me of DVD's that I wanted at some point, but nothing to telll me what my current owned list is.

To me a Palm version would be a gift worth paying for.
DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantwhitearrow
Registered: March 13, 2007
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IMHO the low numbers here are not indicative of the number of people who might be interested in a Palm version should it be actually released.  Most Palm users (and there are a lot, when you look at all the Treos out there) don't even know DVD Profiler exists, but many would probably try it if a Palm version were available.  Heck, it would probably result in people who didn't know about it trying the desktop version too.

For the moment I export a title list to .csv and keep it on my Centro, but just about the only thing it's useful for is checking if I already have a DVD when I see a good deal in a store.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorBad Father
Registered: July 23, 2001
Registered: March 13, 2007
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Quoting whitearrow:
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IMHO the low numbers here are not indicative of the number of people who might be interested in a Palm version should it be actually released.  Most Palm users (and there are a lot, when you look at all the Treos out there) don't even know DVD Profiler exists, but many would probably try it if a Palm version were available.  Heck, it would probably result in people who didn't know about it trying the desktop version too.


Your aasumption makes absolutely no sense.

Interest in a Mobile version of DVD Profiler is low because most Palm users don't know DVD Profiler exists .
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantScorpeo
Registered: June 1, 2007
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I would love a Palm version of DVD Profiler.  Maybe then I won't have to return or give DVD's away because I bought them again.  Plus, I am not going to buy a new PDA just to use Profiler 

I would also LOVE a Book Profiler!!
Scorpeo
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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantbobb
Registered: March 14, 2007
United States Posts: 486
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I would love a Palm version of DVD Profiler.  Maybe then I won't have to return or give DVD's away because I bought them again.  Plus, I am not going to buy a new PDA just to use Profiler 

I would also LOVE a Book Profiler!!


You could always do the iSilox way of downloading you online collection page to avoid this.
As for a Book Profiler, might I suggest you look at Readerware, or Bookbag from WakefieldSoft.

Bobb
Do Cheshire Cats drink evaporated milk?
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