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A new toy - ProfilerMissing
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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As requested; saving window position in version 1.3.1
Window state and position are saved on exit. On next start, this is what happens:
- If WindowState was Normal, the saved size and position is used.
- If WindowState was Maximized, window is open maximized, and will Restore down to previously saved position, if any (else default).
- If WindowState was Minimized, window will restore to previously saved position, if any (else default).

I should also mention that dates that are obviously incorrect are treated as missing, as follows:
- Production year less than 1890
- Release date and Purchase date less than 1990-01-01
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Huge thanks, Gunnar.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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Just a minor addition today. I added total number of titles on top of each listing.
In hindsight, I'm not sure I wanted to see that number. 
ProfilerMissing 1.4.0

And looking at the screenshot I see that I inadvertently put "titles" in Swedish. Well, you'll have to live with that until next update. 
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When a movie is a gift, it is listed as missing purchase place. A gift is not a purchase, but as there is no purchase for a gift, the purchase place is not stricly "missing" and should not be listed. Same for purchase price.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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Sorry for the late answer, Yves.

I see your point. I'll look into it.
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Thank you very much
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorSwissFilm
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Great tool, thanks. Found a lot with missing things, there is a lot of work to do. One thing I like to ask you. If it is not a Main Feature but a Bonus Material Disc, it shows me all without Crew and Cast. Would it be eventually possible to exclude those Bonus Materials Discs as there is always a lot missing? Think exclusion in this case would only be possible if the Disc-ID is there and the Description Main Feature or Bonus Materials is done after the rules.

Thanks,

Fritz
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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How about a compromise, Fritz?

I add a configurable exclusion tag to ProfilerMissing.

You use ProfilerQuery to find the titles you want to exclude, save as flag set, load flag set in Profiler, set a tag of your choice, re-export your collection, and then you run ProfilerMissing with the same tag as exclusion.

That ought to do the trick, and anyone can decide which titles they want to exclude. How does than sound?
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Hmmm, how about you just load the exclusion flag set directly? I'm probably misunderstanding, as usual. 
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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Hmmm, how about you just load the exclusion flag set directly? I'm probably misunderstanding, as usual. 

You mean load the exclusion flag set into ProfilerMissing? Yes, that could work, but that's a bigger change for me . I already read tags in my support ddl, so checking a tag is much easier than loading the flag set. Like I wrote, it's a compromise. I put a little more work on the user.
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Version 1.6.0



Set a tag on those profiles you don't want to be included in the check. You decide the tag name. Just enter the same tag in the Exclusions window in ProfilerMissing and check the checkbox.

Note: The tag name is shift sensitive.
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Hmmm, how about you just load the exclusion flag set directly? I'm probably misunderstanding, as usual. 

Okay, I realized later what you meant, and I forgot to comment on it again.

When I sat down to implement the change I realized that you could just export the flagged entries, and there wouldn't have to be a change to ProfilerMissing. That would have been the easiest solution.

But then I thought that you probably don't fix everything that is missing at the same time. So your collection might change between fixes, and you might have to maintain two xml files; one with your full collection to be used with ProfilerQuery, and one with your excluded collection to be used with ProfilerMissing.

With that in mind I figured that to some users, using tags might still be preferable, because those would be an integral part of their collection and would remain even if their collection changed.

So, the users now have two choices; flag-and-tag and export normally, or flag and export flagged.

Admittedly, I didn't consider this initially when I responded to SwissFilm's request, but your comment made sense to me after a while. I guess I should have realized it right away. Sometimes you miss the obvious... 
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Quoting GSyren:
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Admittedly, I didn't consider this initially when I responded to SwissFilm's request, but your comment made sense to me after a while.

Well the old Dogg appreciates the props!
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGSyren
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Well the old Dogg appreciates the props!

And I certainly appreciate your comments, expecially after the penny drops! 
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Thanks!  A very helpful program
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