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Case types with Images: New
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorDarklyNoon
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[b]Hey folks,

here is my attempt to do the new Case Types thread with images, as the old one does no longer have the images.

KEEP CASE:




THINpak: Same as KEEP CASE, only less thick.




DIGIPACK:




SLIP COVER: A slip Cover can be associated with all other cases, just tick the Slip Cover box then.



SLIP CASE: Holds for example 2 or more Keep Cases or THINpaks



STEELBOOK:




Jewel Case:




ENVELOPE:




SNAPPER:




CLAMSHELL:




HD KEEP CASE:




HD SLIM CASE: Same as HD Keep Case, only less thick




Comparison between HD KEEP and HD SLIM: You can see the Slim is thinner.


DRAWER:
A drawer case opens from one or more sides and slides out like a drawer.  The drawer portion remains attached to the case when opened.




DigiBook




Box



CUSTOM:
Everything that does not fit into one of the other categories, for example, wooden boxes, packages with action figures, Tin Cans and much more.



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I don't think this shows the difference between HD and HD slim well.
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Well,, that is why I wrote the note, exact the same as Keep case only thinner

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I think you'd need to make a difference between Slip Case (quite common for box sets) and Slip Cover (holding a single DVD). There is no Slip Case box to tick, only a Slip Cover one.

Haven't got any drawer either, so I can't help you there, sorry!

EDIT: You may have forgotten to include a Snapper.
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Will charge up my camera battery while I'm at the grocery and try to get a picture of the one 'drawer' type case I have when I get back. 
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Quoting DarklyNoon:
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SLIP CASE: A slip case can be associated with all other cases, just tick the Slip Case box then.


Isn't this a slip cover? A slip case is afaik a box for 2 or more different keep cases, snappers, digipaks etc.


Edit: dee1959jay was faster...
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Nice work so far. Nothing to add that hasn't already been mentioned.
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Slip case changed to Slip Cover and Snapper added

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Great work, Donnie, and thanks for the fast changes. 
As far as I can see, the only remaining item to be added would be a Slip case (what used to be called box set).
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Great work, Donnie


Seconded. Appreciate it 
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Just wondering if we can get "Box" added to case type, i have a few of these now they are basically box's that contain multiple Keep Cases/THINpaks or Digipaks at the moment i use "Custom" for case type but have seen them contributed as "Slip Case" and "Inner Case type, Slip Cover"






Thought i would repost this from the old thread, also third image shows difference between Keep Case and THINpak
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At Donnie:

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Side-by side of different thicknesses would be helpful.

I don't have Cloverfield, but I do have Daredevil and Dark City and they seem to be the same type of case. Someone else has Daredevil and Cloverfield and says they seem to be the same.
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Looks like you forgot the Jewel Case. Good examples of the rest

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Will add jewel case now and also BOX set in  a bit

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