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  1. These are the same issue. One of them should be removed, although I have no real clue as to which one should be removed (probably Annual 2020).
  2. This title doesn't really exist. Instead, it's really part of B&V Friends Forever. Compare https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/1016642/1/BampV-Friends-Forever-Summer-14 with https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/1048852/1/BampV-Friends-Forever-14 . I propose that B&V Friends Forever: Summer be removed.
  3. This issue doesn't really exist, although 2 and 3 do. Instead, issue 1 is Spider-Man: Brand New Day - Extra!! #1. Compare https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/1029180/1/Amazing-SpiderMan-Extra-1 with https://atomicavenue.com/atomic/item/420186/1/SpiderMan-Brand-New-DaymdashExtra-1 . I propose that Amazing Spider-Man: Extra #1 be removed.
  4. Probably already too late, but I added and submitted those issues last night.
  5. @Steven L. Dasinger, I know it's work, but I think it will still be helpful: not everyone has Archive, so wouldn't be able to make use of Feature 1 (and maybe not Feature 2, either).
  6. @Mark J. Castaneda, in the past, I've submitted title corrections (for right or for wrong) by changing the information and submitting corrections on one of the issues (the thought being the changed title information would be submitted as part of the issue submission). Would that not work?
  7. Someone mistook the shared cover credits on the alternate cover of The Joker (3rd Series) 7/A as individual issues, so each cover artist (the cover artist, cover inker, and cover colorer) were credited with a separate issue. I've corrected 7/A, and both 7/B and 7/C should be deleted.
  8. To answer @Gregory Hecht's question, there is no continuity really between these books. There be some between a couple of books, or even sub-series here and there, but overall, there isn't any.
  9. @Gregory Hecht, on Windows, "control T" brings up the "Titles" pop-up. There's also the folder icon in the upper right (between the "Previous Title" and "Next Title" triangle arrow buttons)
  10. Douglas Johnson is right about Gregory Johnson and Steven Johnson being right! 😁
  11. FWIW, I know if an issue were delayed for whatever reason, the street date doesn't always get updated with the changed date (there were a number of issues (including Marvel) that were deferred from last year due to the pandemic) . Could that explain what you're seeing?
  12. If you know where the HTML log files that are generated when the update runs are kept, you can open it directly (it will still be there from your last update, so may not need to re-run it).
  13. @Andrew d’Entremont, the livestreams also go up on YouTube; I'm unable to watch live as well, but I usually watch a day or two later on YouTube.
  14. @Steven L. Dasinger, good memory! That was indeed me, and I do still have it. @Fred Slota, it's been several years since I worked on it, so it may need some tweaking and recompiling, but I think it still good. Caveat emptor, your mileage may vary, etc., etc., but if you're willing to be a little patient and give me about a week, I'll work on cleaning it up and posting it. (I didn't realize we had a downloads section in the new forums, or I'd have done this sooner!)
  15. I've noticed some strange behavior with the update logs in build when updating content using Sidekick vs. within ComicBase itself. I have three databases that I maintain and update weekly through Sidekick. The update logs generated all have the name of the first database in the queue (which happens to be the default ComicBase Database.cbdb) in the log filename. However, when I update from ComicBase, the log has the name of the database open (in this case, Default ComicBase Database.cbdb) is in the log filename. The same also is true of the name of the database listed in the log
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