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Jon Heimerl

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  1. I played with the free version and just randomly entered some stuff I thought I had. Decided I liked the program enough to buy the pro version. I started a new db, then entered save a copy after I had entered a couple thousand comics. After that the app kept telling me "it looks like you are working in a backup, do you want to make this a working copy?" so I kept saying yes make it a dang working copy. the file name was something like "copy of a copy of the DB" THis morning my PC rebooted for a patch, and closed the db. When I reopen, I can't find my current db. Any suggestions on how I find it and keep it as a working copy?
  2. yeah that worked on those. will keep that in mind as I go.
  3. So, I search for "The Weird" and there are no hits. I search for "Berni Wrightson" as artist and I can find "The Weird" listed and add it from the artist list. I search for "The 'Nam" and there are no hits. I search for "Doug Murray" as writer, and can find "The 'Nam" listed under his comics. If the comics are in the DB, why can't I find them by title - I have been entering my comics for about a week now, but this happens a LOT - dozens of times. Some comics take me as much as 15 minutes to find because of the way they are NOT indexed. Do I need to do something to enable better title searching?
  4. ah yes I see - I had no idea the 1-5 meant reprint - I had inferred it was some alternate cover from other issues listed. - still new to comicbase
  5. yes the 1988 reprint but how do i find that in comicbase. If I enter any portion of that title, I see no way to enter a copy
  6. How do I do this? I have one copy, and have spent 30 minutes looking for alternative ways to find and enter the comic but can find nothing
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