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Quoting GSyren:
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Well, that's a problem that we have with profiles added by disc id if these discs are part of more than one parent profile. Some of the data refers to the parent profile, especially if the child is in the same case as the parent (covers and overview for example).

Ideally when the disc is used for another parent, such parent profile related data should be kept local, not contributed. It should be "first come, first served", so to speak. Only disc related data should be updated, since it should be the same regardsless of parent. Not everyone realizes this.

So, there is not much to do, except lock the parent related parts so they don't get overwritten.

Doesn't it also fall to the people approving the contribution to oversee these duplications and possible overwriting of other profiles and to guard against such duplication and overwriting?  Or would that heap an unsustainable burden on those people?
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I have Tron: Legacy 3D - Blu-Ray 3D + Blu-Ray 2D + DVD + Digital Copy deluxe w/ slipcover, UPC# 7 8693680874 2.

Recently, there were changes made to this profile, at least ATTEMPTED changes, which were actually made to a wholly different video: Tron: Legacy - 2-Movie Collection - Blu-Ray 3D + Blu-Ray 2D + DVD + Digital Copy, plus Tron: The Original Classic, presumably also in 3D, 5-Disc Combo Pack, UPC# 7 8693681153 7.

Why would changes that were made to this 2-Movie Collection, a wholly different video with a different UPC#, try to overwrite everything (covers, profile, overview + + + ) in this completely different single movie release?  Why would those attempted changes have even been approved? 

I can understand that disc IDs are probably the same for the 3D/2D discs in both packages but that doesn't excuse the fact that these changes wanted to overwrite everything in a completely different media release. 

I denied all the changes, but it made me question why these attempted changes, affecting so completely, a wholly different release, would have been approved in the first place.
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^ Emailed Warner Bros. who confirmed this.  WTF? 

Why would they do this with a just-released popular TV series' new season?  Wonder how many others they're doing this to?

Cheap, cheatin' bastards!
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I'm surprised there are no The 100 fans here who picked this up on (or near) release day.
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When Season 6 was first released on DVD (not blu-ray), did the season ship with a slipcover?  I'm trying to find a copy of this to match my other seasons (1 thru 5 have slipcovers), and I need to know if they cheaped out on this release (or not) before I tear what's left of my hair out looking for a copy with a slipcover...

Thanks!
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I dislike it when the music dates the movie.  Ladyhawke is a perfect example.  I understand they were trying to be hip, but that music just doesn't fit the movie.  Never did, never will.  And that's a shame because Ladyhawke is an outstanding movie.  If someone would just re-score that movie with some dramatic orchestral piece, I think it would benefit that movie greatly.
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