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Cast/Crew Edit 2
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantCorma
Registered: July 29, 2007
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I move the whole CCE2 folder between computers. Doing the boring parsing on my laptop at nights at work if I have many movies to add and then copy it all back to my main PC at home.

But on my laptop I can still see the recent changes (content of the cce2log.html in Win\Temp) when I click on "log" from within CCE2.

Edit:

BTW - I don't use "speiche Log In Datei". I guess that explains why I have no such file in CCE2\Data

I've switched it on, now I have the log.html but still can't see the recent changes from the Log tab in CCE2.
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorDJ Doena
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Registered: March 14, 2007
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OK, long forgot about this feature. You're right. The temp path file is the one the program is looking for. The other one is just long term keeping.

I honestly have no clue why the program can write the file but then the Browser can't show it.

It's done in one sweep:

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String file = Path.Combine(Path.GetTempPath(), "cce2log.html");

using (StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter(file, false, Encoding.UTF8))
{
        sw.Write(ToString());
}

webBrowser.Navigate(file);


First, the file path is determined, then the file is written and then the browser window is supposed to display it. 
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantCorma
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It was a Win10 thing. (Global warming it not an issue compared to that garbage  )

I don't use the Win File Explorer to find / open files, I use 'search everything' (not garbage). With Everything I was able to open the Log in \temp earlier without any issues.

I've just tried to go to it with the Win File Explorer and as I tried to access the Temp folder that garbage told me I don't have permanent permission to access that (TEMP!!!!) folder. I gave 'em to myself and it works again now.

That was probably caused a couple of weeks ago when the (garbage) Win Security Center told me that some system paths were non standard. I've reset them to the default (what they were already at!!!). My guess is  Win didn't change any path at all but F'ed with permissions 
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Running Cast/Crew Edit 2 v2.1.4.6.  Anyone else getting the below error when attempting to scan episodes.

Error!
The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.

I wasn't seeing this earlier today.  I am now though.  Either IMDB is broke in some way at the moment or they changed something.

To prevent the error I changed my IMDb TV Show URL from "https" to "http".  It took an unusually long time to scan the episodes though.
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Looks like it was just an issue with IMDB at the time.  Not able to replicate the issue today. 
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