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  2. Thank you, that's fixed it.
  3. While going through my stack of ComicBase disks (starting in 1996 with Version 2.0), I noticed I have a regular Archive version of #12 and a steelbook version. Is the steel book the Atlas version?
  4. Yesterday
  5. Yes, I've changed password a couple of times and no change. I have 6,265 comics currently in my database. No badges for these. I am really thinking that ComicBase for some reason doesn't recognize me on their end. Unfortunately I am not knowledgeable enough on computer programming or networking to theorize any better than that.
  6. Scott, not sure if you have tried this but, Go to the CB website and, in you account, change your password. I think the badges are tied to your logon id (as opposed to a database). If badges are not being updated, it can't 'find' you (so to speak). Not sure how many Items you have entered into your database but there are badges for inventory levels of 125, 200, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, and 50,000 issues.
  7. I also have something else going on, and although on the surface this looks like a separate issue, I am wondering if this problem is related to my inability to connect to the ComicBase server when trying to SUBMIT NEW OR CORRECTED DATA. The additional problem is this -- On my profile screen on ComicBase.com I have only one badge unlocked -- the one you get for updating for the first time. I have used the software for six months now, trying out every feature of ComicBase Express that there is, and yet no other badges have been unlocked. Is it possible that this is also caused by whatever
  8. I also am not using a VPN. Still have not had any luck. Different computers, different networks, different security settings, etc. Nothing seems to make any difference. Still getting this error. Very frustrating.
  9. Last one, for now: should The Star Wars Vehicle Collection move to Magazines?
  10. Other Star Wars stuff: Star Wars: Battle of the Bounty Hunters should probably move to Books. Not Star Wars, but Cyberantics should move to Books, as well. Star Wars Omnibus: Emissaries and Assasins need to fix the title to read "...and Assassins" Star Wars Hasbro slim and Star Wars: Kenner Star Wars Special seem to be the same comic, with the Hasbro version being a second printing (if the years are correct).
  11. The next set: Star Wars: Are You Scared, Darth Vader? Star Wars C-3PO Does Not Like Sand! Star Wars: Rebel Rising Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Storybook Scholastic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Storybook Random House Star Wars: The Force Awakens Mad Libs
  12. While spending some time in the Star Wars area of ComicBase, I noticed a slew of titles that should probably be in the Books section instead of Comic Books. Almost all are of the "Little Golden Book" type, with a few from Disney and Scholastic that are geared towards young readers. I warn you, this is going to be quite a list: Star Wars: A New Hope (Golden) Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (Golden) Star Wars: Heroes and Villains Little Golden Book Collection (Golden) Star Wars: I am a Droid (Golden) Star Wars: I am a Hero (Golden) Star Wars: I am a Jedi (Golden)
  13. The database lists Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual #1 (2nd print) and Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Gift. These are the same item, so one of the listings needs to be deleted.
  14. Last week
  15. Thanks for this post, IMO this has been a source of confusion! Not only that, but HC made TPB the *default* format, so the ambiguous format ends up being used the most often, regardless as to whether it is the correct format.
  16. When entering Books into CB the Binding Type needs to be considered. For this post, I am only addressing MMPB (Mass Market Paperback) and TPB (Paperback) in the United States. NOTE: HC should have used Trade Paperback instead of just Paperback in the drop-down box to be less of a problem. MMPB are smaller in size. Generally around 4.25 x 6.75 inches. TPB are larger. Around 5.5 x 8.5 or 6 x 9 or even 8.5 x 11 inches. Most of what most people thing of as Paperback books are MMPB. Go to any drug store of grocery and just about all the softcover books you see are MMPB. TP
  17. Delete or Move ALL (1.jpg - SE 1.jpg) From: Pictures\D\David Vodicka\Fox Comics To: Pictures\F\Fantagraphics\Fox Comics Delete or Move 1.jpg From: Pictures\S\Stephen Daye\EVE To: Pictures\S\Stephen Daye\Eve (Stephen Daye) Delete or Move HC.jpg From: Pictures\S\SFBC\Essential Conan, The To: Pictures\S\SFBC\Essential Conan, The (SFBC) Rename 1-A.jpg to TPB-A.jpg and 1-HC.jpg to HC.jpg From: Pictures\B\Bantam\Batman- Knightfall (Bantam) Rename 1-A.jpg to HC-A.jpg and 1-HC.jpg to HC.jpg From: Pictures\R\Random House\Secret History of Wonder Woman, The Renam
  18. for stuff like this, use the 'Submit New or Corrected Data' option under the software's internet menu and after you make the change in your database... its a great way to send us needed changes to our editorial team (rather through the forums).
  19. Anyone have scans of the correct covers without any watermarks? We're unable to find any online at the moment 😞
  20. go ahead and create what's needed then send a correction for it; the editorial team will take a look at what you got. The current image we have is for HC-2?
  21. to adjust you dbs in the mobile app, head here: https://www.comicbase.com/mycb/Profile.aspx under the Known Databases section, remove any database you wish the mobile app not to track
  22. See if the steps in this post helps:
  23. Hi, I had to reset my PC and am now getting this error when trying to re-install the software, any help would be greatly appreciated.
  24. So I downloaded the installer and uninstaller troubleshooter from Microsoft, and that allowed me to fix the problem.
  25. I don't have a VPN although I have thought about getting one. I checked Windows Firewall and it already lets Comicbase operate on both private and public. Not sure where to look in Network settings to see if they are "too high."
  26. That's a lot of Lego! Bet you could build something really cool with 49,003,621 Lego pieces!
  27. Gregory, you da man! Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Before I saw your latest reply, I exported to Excel and found the offending issue that way. All appears to be fixed now.
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