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I have noticed that some images can break these boundaries - if they are horizontally alligned. They still follow the 700x500 rule. Just on the side.

But I haven't seen anything that's outside these bounds (yet)
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Quoting Corma:
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Is it intentional that CCE2 'only' scans for the first 999 Episodes of a season?


Because the IMDb guys actually put a thousands separator (Tausendertrennzeichen) in there:

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    <meta itemprop="episodeNumber" content="1,000"/>


and my code did not see this coming. I'll try to fix it this evening.
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Aber wehe es ist einer dieser Volksbelehrungstatorte! Um deinetwillen hoffe ich, dass es Münster ist!   
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System.Drawing.Image image = System.Drawing.Image.FromFile("TestImage.bmp");
var dpiX = image.HorizontalResolution;
var dpiY = image.VerticalResolution;

To be honest, I'm not really a graphics expert so I wouldn't know which one to use. I just read in old contribution topics that people were discussing DPI and it's mentioned in the cover images rules
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If you can, you should also read out DPI. Some people prefer more density.

PS: And if possible, could you implement a check if the cover shown matches the DVD on my shelf? 
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Thanks guys
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The Lego Movie
The LEGO Batman Movie

Which one is it?
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The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)


Dec 6th - €9.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 44m

Price per Hour: €5.76
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Just quote yourself and point out your mistake
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Have you tried to make an actual photograph instead of a scan?
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In the meantime you can keep a link to a site like this: http://ascii-table.com/ansi-codes.php fron where you can copy & paste the symbols when required.
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John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)


Nov 18th - €9.99 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 3m

Price per Hour: €4.87


Willkommen bei den Hartmanns (2016)


Nov 27th - €9.90 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 1h 56m

Price per Hour: €5.12


Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)


Nov 27th - €12.90 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 13m

Price per Hour: €5.82


Twins (1988)


Nov 28th - €7.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 47m

Price per Hour: €4.48
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There was a new check introduced to see if an actor has switched or merged their IMDb Ids. That makes parsing a bit slower. However, you can disable that feature in Settings > Parsing > People > Links
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Quoting Somnambuler:
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Thanks for the tip with Net Framework. Fixed the problem.


Yay 
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Quoting Draxen:
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Also just noted this change with role names and came here to report - and it has already been, not only reported, but taken care of  Thanks, Karsten!


That reminds me to update the file that runs the version check on the webserver. Otherwise you would have been notified that a new version is available. Will do this evening.
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New version is available.

As usual, it can be found here.
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Quoting Somnambuler:
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Someone knows this error?



What Windows are you running?

Try to install the newest .NET Framework from Micrososoft: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53345
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My Windows was updated today to the official Fall Creators Update as Microsoft calls it. Version 10.0.16299.64.

DVDP 4 runs just fine.
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Found it. Will fix this evening.
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I'll take a look.
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Musicals are stories (stage, film) that are told partly or completely in song. When Mary Poppins explains to the children that "a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down", that's a musical.



Blues Brothers, Dirty Dancing, Sister Act and Walk the Line are not. They are movies about music but the story is not told in the form of songs.

That does not mean that the songs need to be specifically written for the movie. Rock of Ages is a musical because the songs were deliberately chosen to tell the story.

One of the questions you could ask yourself to make this distinction is: Did it have to be that exact song in that scene or could it have been another. Does the song further the narrative of the movie? When you look at Blues Brothers, you'll see that it didn't have to be "Rawhide" or "Stand By Your Man" in the country bar, any country (or western ) song would have sufficed.

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Quoting MattH:
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Has there been any response/acknowledgement from Invelos


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When you restore your backup on Sunday, you need to select "restore selected profiles only"

As for the inserting of cast and crew data during the restore, I think it is the same as if you'd edit the profile or download it from online (i.e. new birth years are distributed and so on).

If in doubt, do another backup of your main database before the restore
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Quoting CubbyUps:
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if those kids can't figure out a walkman they probably couldn't put a tape in a VCR.




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