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  1. It is 'Captain America (1st Series)' #Anl 2.
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  2. I have found this to be a pretty good site for books: https://isfdb.org/cgi-bin/index.cgi I also do some searches on Amazon and Ebay to see If I can see any inside information. PS Very good series, by the way. I would have got to it eventually but i have several hundred books to get through (and I started a Z and am working backwards to A as I rearrange my bookshelves...
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  3. Sorry, I meant to end sentences. they are valid in Name.
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  4. Okay. I will look into this and get back with you. However, for the 2nd printing, the Published by Bantam should be in the Notes. (Also, I doubt it is an actual 2nd printing but we will see). And I would suggest not to use periods (they can give the system problems at times).
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  5. You are doing nothing wrong. It is a little quirk in the system. To get around it what you need Type until you get where it is different, press the space bar, then backspace to delete the space. This will un-highlight any of the suggestions allowing you to type in the name you want. So, in your example, Type 'Magician ' (note the space after Magician) the press the backspace. This will leave just 'Magician' (without space) and no item in the list highlighted.
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  6. Hi mark,done it again and updated fine,and the program is much smoother than cb2022
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  7. Apple i think has this kinda of tech. We'll suggest it to the programming team.
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  8. When the new CB2023 comes out (which is very very soon, according to the most recent Livestream), you could change the Media Type for the prop keys to be Newspaper. Then, when you do weekly content updates, make sure that your settings are for the Newspaper category to be not updated. Not the most elegant solution, I know, but it should work for you. Perhaps the best solution would be for CB to add a Media category of "Other" that *NEVER* has anything in it in the master database, but users can use it for whatever other stuff they collect (e.g., DVD/Blu-Rays, trading cards, statues, prop keys, etc). Since the master database wouldn't ever have anything in that category, the content updates would never disturb whatever individual users decide to track there.
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  9. Mark, I've submitted the corrections for the B&V Friends Forever titles (Archie and Friends was already done). I did note that B&V Friends Forever: Halloween Spooktacular was not yet deleted as a title
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  10. @Mark J. Castaneda, this could actually be a good candidate for one of the new CB2023 features...
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  11. Mark, I'm happy to work on the data submissions this weekend.
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  12. The 1972 date tells me that is almost certainly not an issue of Captain America but is actually a reprint book of some type (possibly Marvel Super Action or Marvel Triple Action). Edited to add: I have been able to verify that what you have is a copy of Marcel Super Action #2, which contains a reprint of Captain America #101.
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  13. Mark, I just did the Friday update. It added 300MB to my dB for all the new Magazine entries. How many of your existing customers have a use for all 5,000 issues of The Daily Telegraph from Australia? This is just bloating the dB and making the updates take a lot longer. I would really, really encourage you to allow all of us existing users to CHOOSE whether we want all the Magazines in our local dB or not. And if you start bloating the dB with 'Books', then please add the same option there too. I subscribe to ComicBase to manage my Comics. Nothing else matters to me.
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