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Quoting widescreenforever:
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his handle was actually  skipnet50  ( not skip1951) ., extreme failing health, where he is in a home, disabled ..


You're right, that was it. Skipnet50. That's sad to hear.

I too have memories of him being verbally abusive at times, but I certainly have good memories of him as well. I believe the last poster above me said it best in that he wasn't a bad guy, just truly believed he was correct in his ways.

A shame to hear.
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I have fond memories of when I first discovered DVD Profiler of debates with him over contribution rules, etc. I know he was a mainstay on these forums for some time but in browsing recent posts I haven't seen him around. Anyone have any ideas?
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Quoting scotthm:
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Quoting chibul:
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Quoting scotthm:
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Or to make it even easier, just create a new Collection Category within your database and put all your wife's discs in that collection.

I'm not familiar with this feature. How do I go about doing this?


From the Collection Menu, select Other and Edit Collection Categories...




Then Add a collection, name it, and set the options you want.




And now you have a new collection for your wife's discs.


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This is perfect. Thank you!
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Quoting scotthm:
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Or to make it even easier, just create a new Collection Category within your database and put all your wife's discs in that collection.

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I'm not familiar with this feature. How do I go about doing this?

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Quoting widescreenforever:
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for two seperate data bases  it should be installed either on separate drive  or separate login

It's much simpler than that. File -> Open Database -> New  Database


I don't need the online function, so this may work as well. Thanks!
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I haven't used the program actively in many years and am just now starting back up. My question is, is it possible to have more than one database within an installation? I would like to track my collection as well as my wife's.
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