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Quoting majdad:
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Thanks, clearing the cache worked. I also found that MS Edge update did not reset clearing the cache every time Edge is closes so my cache built up.

Majdad

Thanks for the feedback. Useful to know when advice works.
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Quoting jurgen42u:
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When DVDProfiler is launched on my PC I get an error 'end of file!
How do I get rid of that error?

I would try uninstall, reboot, re-install.
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Quoting ifeman:
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I'm able to sync my collection but when I try to add a new Blu-ray to my collection DVD profiler freezes. Displaying the "Connecting to Invelvos Software" window. I need to kill the DVD profiler process with Task Manager. I have this problem since Monday February 26th. Maybe related to the maintenance?

Of course. Either wait, reboot your computer or clear your browser cache. One of those will probably fix it.
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Try clearing your browser cache.
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Tears of Joy!
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Yeeha! Yowzah! Hot Dog! Woo Hoo!

Which one did I forget?

Oh yeah, me so happy!


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Yeeha! Yowzah! Hot Dog! Woo Hoo!

Which one did I forget?

Oh yeah, me so happy!
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Sometimes when a plugin fails to load in prior versions, a newer version, even when the bug is corrected, will show up as disabled. To make sure, View Plugins and click the enable box if necessary. That is also where you can view the plugin options, which includes the IP address and port being used.

Sorry, I guess we should pick this up in the HTTPJolie thread.
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Quoting mreeder50:
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Yes, actually it's installed now but everything I try to run says no contact with HTTPJolie.


(1) Does HTTPJolie (V1.61) show as installed and enabled in DVD Profiler?
(2) Have you tried running the Client program supplied with HTTPJolie?
(3) Have you ensured that the IP address being used by HTTPJolie is the same as the one being used by TurboCLT?

Would you be willing to supply a video of your actual operations - showing exactly what you are doing and what you are seeing?
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I am wondering if the data would be better organized by the person, with the movies below? Just a question.

As I said before, it is unfortunate that we have lost moderator support. When we got a useful post like this, it was usually pinned, which also gave the owner the ability to edit forever. Just like the common names and other similar threads, you could just add to the data and keep a master list.

The alternative, is that you could post a link to your master list, so everybody could take advantage of all the consolidated info.
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Thanks for the kudos. Integrating the webView2 technology into  CLTBoss is proving to be so complex, that it warrants a re-write, which will take some time, and I don't really think it is urgent. It would be more for my edification than anything else. I think TurboCLT is what folks need, so long as you can use HTTPJolie.
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Your post should really go into the Contributions Forum. If we had support, a moderator could move it for you, but I don't think that will happen, so you will have to duplicate it, delete contents in this thread and point to the duplicate.

In the past, you could have also requested to have the thread pinned. Oh well, regardless, good luck on your project. Seems like a useful one.
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Quoting drvrjon:
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my order history and digital downloads was empty so had to do new checkout.  sorry

It's Ok. Let us know your results. I get very little feedback on this plugin.
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HTTPJolie Version 1.61 Available

Includes a few bug fixes and unpublished enhancements in support of GSyren Tools. People who have had trouble connecting GSyren Tools to HTTPJolie in the past might find those problems solved in this release. Please give it a shot.

As usual, you do not have to re-order. Use your old sign-on information and go to the digital downloads tab and you can download the latest version.

Also, I have no need for your personal information unless you are also buying a product that has to be shipped. The login requires name and email address. That's all. I think the rest is optional - at least I attempted to set it up that way. I do not need or want anyone's phone, or home address.
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Quoting GSyren:
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I had a PM conversation with Magmadrag a few days ago. He shared some of his personal problems. I can't discuss them here, but he said he would be unavailable for some time. So I think it's fair to assume that his silence is not a sign of disinterest or laziness. So please cut him some slack for now.

Thank you for that. He has also shared things with me in the past, but not lately. I took his recent post to mean that he was recovered enough to do more Profiler activities.
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Oh man, seems as usual, I jump to help (next day) and then wait or beg for the person requesting the help, to even respond to my questions. When will I learn. 
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Probably the DVD Copy / Paste function could do that. Sorry for the very tardy reply.
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I wish had the ability to understand all of that, but I don't. Way too confusing for me, I'm sorry.

My overall reaction is that, so far, you have not been able to use the last two tools I built for you, spending many hours of coding and testing. So it is difficult for me to think about doing any more of that.

If I recall, you have an obsolete OS and refuse to upgrade, so I was never clear whether the errors you encountered trying to use my plugins were due to my programming bugs, or your system.

Am I incorrect in what I remember? If so, I am happy to be corrected and change my thinking.

One of the tools I seem to remember already has both the common names and BY info. But I think you can't use the tool. So why would I build another one? And that tool, by the way, always uses current data, directly from the web site and online database.

Can you confirm you can use the tools I already wrote? If so, then please state your ideas in the simplest possible way, in terms of changes you propose to my existing tools.
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Way above my pay grade or ability to understand. Too many words (movie hint: Mozart).

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I am always impressed to see the "HTTPJolie available" banner on your tools. You have taken advantage of my efforts in a way beyond my wildest dreams when I wrote that plugin. I thank you for that.

To make sure I understand, when used with DoubleDips, the benefit to the user is that they are not required to manage an XML export?
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Interesting. I will take a look at WebView2. If it solves the issues I had building CLTBoss,  I will jump on it, because that would make the tool run at least 10 times faster.
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Quoting GSyren:
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Wow this has the makings of a really nice editor. Can you in fact fill in missing info? Then send the updated profile to the local database?

Interesting thought, but ultimately a lot of  work for little gain, I think. I will, however, add code to let the user select the profile and open it for editing. Not a great time saver, but it saves a couple of keystrokes. As I have indicated before, I don't want to try to do things that is better done in Profiler itself.

Good point. But I'm thinking long term (   ha, ha from a 79 year old). And doesn't HTTPJolie have a profile update from xml? If not, I can make it so.
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Wow this has the makings of a really nice editor. Can you in fact fill in missing info? Then send the updated profile to the local database?
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Quoting mediadogg:
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What is a Dollar Tree disc with common UPCs. Can you show us an example? Are they legitimate?

Never mind, I found an example and explanation here.
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What is a Dollar Tree disc with common UPCs. Can you show us an example? Are they legitimate?
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