A new version of the Adobe Application Manager will start to download.After it’s downloaded, it will relaunch and the new CC applications will show up when you sign-in.I use the wishlist in a very fluid manner; many things go on as a "4", and go up as my interest increases.After the end of year, when Santa's done with it, I do something of a purge, and most items get docked a point, the 4s going off altogether.With the mobile app and cloud storage, it has become even more of a must-have tool. Thank you This is the best Movie Database on the marker today. To their credit they just don't sit back and cash in the Collectorz staff keep working on making their product better!I highly recommend Movie Collectorz for anyone who wants to keep track of their collection and prevent duplicate buying. was making a spreadsheet to catalog my movies, having each letter of the alphabet its own doc so I wouldn't have to print out the entire list every time I updated it.... A friend and customer suggested CLZ to me quite a few years back.If I decide later I'm still interested, it will go back up.This works quite well for me, except for those games still showing up in my "collection".
A friend and customer suggested CLZ to me quite a few years back.With the mobile app there are no more bulky printouts to drag around and the camera works as a scanner so you can add new purchases immediately. (only 38 pages lol) and I carried the book with me whenever I movie shopped. I started using it for my video collection of 3500 to 4000 pieces, VHS, DVD and Blu Ray.Insurance companies will either love or hate you as you now have an accurate list of your movies. Still gathering my collection together, but it has been immensely helpful in saving me from purchasing duplicates in the same format.Is there any way to remove these en masse, or at least something more efficient that dozens of single clicks (and waiting for each one to resolve itself before going to the next? Each item in your collection is a result of an individual action on a game item, so it also takes an action on each of them to remove them from your collection information.)Also, what are the odds that this behavior will go away in BGG 2.0? I think the most-efficient way you can do this is to go to your collection view ( set the filters to "Own: No", set the columns to "Title" and "Trade Info: Commands", and go to town clicking red Xs on each of the items to delete. The only ones I really feel the need to remove are the ones with nothing on them now -- unowned games with no ratings, comments, wishlist, etc. So you could filter by Own: No AND Wishlist: No AND Rated: No AND Commented: No. What's left should be the stuff to get rid of, and as Scott says if you've got the 'Commands' col showing you'll be able to X them all reasonably quickly.