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iOS Technical SupportNew posts in this threadWhy Is iOS Limited ?
Quoting Spottedfeather:
I'm just wondering why the ipad version of dvd profiler is limited to 50 entries. The computer version limits HQ covers after a certain amount, but you can still add your own titles. How come you can't do that on the ipad version ?

Hi buddy, even they are here to make some. bucks, do buy and support the developers.

V. Smith

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadPinned: Images from movies for dvdprofiler galleries  (1 2 3 ...55 )
Since the number of allowed stills has increased to around 100 or more I thought I'd pass on a suggestion given to me by Doombear.

If you are uploading 100 stills or more be sure to number the stills 1-99 as the following.
1-9 would be like 001, 002, 003 and so on.
10-99 would be like 010,011, 012 and son on.

Desktop Technical SupportNew posts in this threadDBISAM Engine Error # 11010
Well something has renamed the file to insert the "[conflicted]" string, that's why the filename is not found. Does anybody know what program or process can cause a file to be designated "confilcted" and the filename changed as shown?

I did a Google search and found info about various synching programs such as Drop Box and Git that suffer from conflicting and might rename files.

I also noticed that some of your conflicting files are involved in Custom Data Fields. This little used and little known feature was never completely debugged. We tested as best we could over Christmas holidays a few years back, but I distinctly remember having to put in a bunch of code to protect the database when shared across PCs. The only plugins using Custom Data Fields are the few written by DJ Doena and Myself (SideCar). Custom data was never made available to the Mobile versions of DVD Profiler. I'm not sure what happens when Profiles with custom data are changed on the mobile device and then synced.

Ok, those are all the clues I can think of at the moment.

DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat Blu-rays have you Bought this Week  (1 2 3 ...289 )

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadCommon name: Tani Canevari / Giovanni Canevari
Italians (2009) as Tani Canevari Direttore della Fotografia

Mad Rockatansky
Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadCommon name Christin Quander / Mila da Veela  (1 2 )
Oz the Great and Powerful

Mila Da Veela

New Users ForumNew posts in this threadHello Friends
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Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadCommon name Dennis Schmidt-Foss/Foß  (1 2 )
Hidden Figures


Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadCommon Name for Don/Donald/Donald A. Kozma  (1 2 )
Doctor Sleep --> Don Kozma as Key Makeup Artist

So we have a tie, but for now Donald Kozma remains the common name with more profiles.

PluginsNew posts in this threadTool: DvdpRebootGuard
It should be noted that this will possibly not work if you are running a translated version of DVD Profiler.
Initially I tried sending Alt-F4 for closing down Profiler. If this had worked, it would have worked regardless of translation. Unfortunately I could not get that to work.

So, at least for now, this program relies on Alt-f opening the File menu, then up arrow and enter, to select the last menuitem in the File menu, which should be Exit DVD Profiler.

If you're using the French translation, you're in luck. The French translator has chosen Fichier, so Alt-f will still work. Italian uses File, Norwegian uses Fil, Portugese uses Fisherio, Danish uses Filer. So all those should work.

In the Spanish translation it's Archivo, so that would have required an Alt-a. The Dutch translation uses Bestand,. Finnish uses Tiedosto, Swedish uses Arkiv (my fault). So those would require a configurable option in DvdpRebootGuard.

The German translation, I'm sorry to say, has no shortcut keys at all, so you guys are definitely out of luck, unless someone updates that translation. I haven't checked all other translations.

If anyone who uses a translation that requires something else than Alt-f wants to use this program, please let me know. I can add a configurable setting without too much work, but I'm not going to do it unless someone actually has a use for it.

And if anyone wonders - No, I am not using the Swedish translation myself, even though I am the one who created it.

EDIT: I only checked the translations that came with the latest Profiler release. There could be other translations that differ from the above.