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DVD Profiler annoyance...give me some suggestions, please

DVD Profiler annoyance...give me some suggestions, please

 
Old 06-13-03, 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by The Exister
I took a look at DVDProfiler, but it made my brain hurt. I prefer the simplicity and sleekness of DVDaf. Guzzlefish isn't bad, but the music database has serious problems.
To each his own, I guess. I love DVDProfiler. How much simpler can you get than clicking add DVD, entering the UPC and information about where it was purchased and how much (if you want)? To me it was a much nicer, cleaner look than DVDAF.
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Old 06-13-03, 12:22 PM
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If I was on dial-up I'd just stick with DVD Aficianado (my list)...

It's not fancy, but the completely customizeable folders/genres are very nice, and for friends and family it works well.

DVD Profiler was a great idea, and I still use it, but I find the genres annoying, and the way people are constantly updating almost all the DVDs all the time, often with mediocre data...
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Old 06-13-03, 06:49 PM
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just sent another 10 bucks to DVDAF.......
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