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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantclaudio53ge
Registered: July 25, 2008
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I'm happy user of DVD profiler for Win. I think that having already payed for such version is unfair to ask for full price for other version and not giving at least a free try. 
I have other cataloguing data base program (for books, cd and AV also)... of course I dont use the AV section... but anyway they offered a try for the mobile version and a try version
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorscotthm
Registered: March 20, 2007
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is unfair to ask for full price for other version and not giving at least a free try.

I agree, especially when you have to choose between putting your kids through college or buying DVD Profiler for iPhone/Android.

Maybe you can get in on the next beta test cycle and test it out that way.

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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorLewis_Prothero
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Registered: May 19, 2007
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Scott,
would you please come over here and remove the coffee from my screen and keyboard ...
It all seems so stupid, it makes me want to give up!
But why should I give up, when it all seems so stupid?


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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorateo357
Registered: December 27, 2009
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is unfair to ask for full price for other version and not giving at least a free try.

I agree, especially when you have to choose between putting your kids through college or buying DVD Profiler for iPhone/Android.

Maybe you can get in on the next beta test cycle and test it out that way.

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It's less than 20 bucks. Personaly wish it was a monthly fee to weed out the fixed income people.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorKathy
Registered: May 29, 2007
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Personaly wish it was a monthly fee to weed out the fixed income people.


I strongly disagree. Why should seniors, retirees etc. be weeded out because they couldn't afford a monthly fee?

If invelos were to implement this change, I would no longer contribute to the database.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar Contributorhal9g
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Registered: March 13, 2007
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It's less than 20 bucks. Personaly wish it was a monthly fee to weed out the fixed income people.


I would hazard a guess that Logan's Run is your all-time favorite movie.
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It's less than 20 bucks. Personaly wish it was a monthly fee to weed out the fixed income people.


I would hazard a guess that Logan's Run is your all-time favorite movie.



Your guess would be wrong.  But I do own it.

But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.
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But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.


Seniors and retirees would most certainly qualify as those living on a fixed income but I didn't make any assumption about who you were thinking about, hence the "etc." in my response to you.

I don't want to belong or participate in any program that would "weed out" anyone who happens to live on a fixed income.
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But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.


Seniors and retirees would most certainly qualify as those living on a fixed income but I didn't make any assumption about who you were thinking about, hence the "etc." in my response to you.

I don't want to belong or participate in any program that would "weed out" anyone who happens to live on a fixed income.


How fixed is it, when they can spend 30+ dollars on a blu-ray but want a discount on the program that is a one-time -20 fee.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar Contributorhal9g
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I'm not really sure that's any of your concern.
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But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.


Seniors and retirees would most certainly qualify as those living on a fixed income but I didn't make any assumption about who you were thinking about, hence the "etc." in my response to you.

I don't want to belong or participate in any program that would "weed out" anyone who happens to live on a fixed income.


How fixed is it, when they can spend 30+ dollars on a blu-ray but want a discount on the program that is a one-time -20 fee.


Who spends $30 on a blu-ray?
HDTV: 52" Toshiba Regza 52XV545U  AVR: Onkyo TR-707
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But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.


Seniors and retirees would most certainly qualify as those living on a fixed income but I didn't make any assumption about who you were thinking about, hence the "etc." in my response to you.

I don't want to belong or participate in any program that would "weed out" anyone who happens to live on a fixed income.


How fixed is it, when they can spend 30+ dollars on a blu-ray but want a discount on the program that is a one-time -20 fee.


Who spends $30 on a blu-ray?


Anyone who buys from Twilight Time.
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But you and Kathy assume that I'm just talking about seniors/retirees, when I'm not.


Seniors and retirees would most certainly qualify as those living on a fixed income but I didn't make any assumption about who you were thinking about, hence the "etc." in my response to you.

I don't want to belong or participate in any program that would "weed out" anyone who happens to live on a fixed income.


How fixed is it, when they can spend 30+ dollars on a blu-ray but want a discount on the program that is a one-time -20 fee.


Who spends $30 on a blu-ray?


Anyone who buys from Twilight Time.


I hate TT.  Have not, and will not support such a stupid financial model.
HDTV: 52" Toshiba Regza 52XV545U  AVR: Onkyo TR-707
Speakers: Paradigm Monitor 7 v6, CC-190 & Atom Monitors  Subwoofer: Definitive Technology ProSub 800
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorsamuelrichardscott
Registered: September 18, 2008
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I don't see what everyone is getting their knickers in a twist about. The OP is simply asking for the ability to be able to try some form of trial version before he buys, just like you can for the main product. The fact the product is cheap, is besides the point, if it is not something you will find beneficial, especially when the product doesn't seem to be something the developers particularly care about.

OP> Ignore the self-important, cat-loving, pretentious bawbags. It was a valid question.
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OP> Ignore the self-important, cat-loving, pretentious bawbags. It was a valid question.

Actually, the OP didn't ask any question at all.

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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorsamuelrichardscott
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Okay, it was a valid comment.

I'm glad you came along though as if to prove my point.
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