|Registered: March 13, 2007|
| Posts: 1,265|
do we really need to make notes for every single little thing individually?
See above, I think he addressed it here:
What I'm getting at is that it is currently very easy to condense notes. What this would mean is making separate notes for every tiny little thing, no matter how trivial. Right now, I can write a single sentence that can cover a good chunk of changes:
"Audio, subtitles, extras, aspect ratio, colour, disc id, 3D as per disc." (currently one note for seven changes).
You want me to write 7 x as much every single time a similar contribution is made because now I would have to make separate notes on each little thing.
I agree that any change should be noted in the notes, and could see his point. Although it's easy enough to copy and past into the proposed individual note fields "From viewing Disc" or similar.
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|Registered: March 20, 2007|
| Posts: 2,362|
It's easier to make sure all your bases are covered if you itemize your list.