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skwire:
Long time user, first time poster. SKWIRE first let me thank you for this wonderful little toy I use very often. I ADMIRE your dedication and helpfulness in trying to address all comments and suggestions posted here for sooooo long.  :Thmbsup:-calexicoca (October 31, 2015, 09:27 AM)
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I'm glad you find the program useful and thank you for the kind words.   :)  Welcome to DonationCoder as well.   :Thmbsup:

I wonder if it would be difficult to incorporate in one of next update of this little gem ability to export ALL shows to cvs with status and network. I know it is possible to export episodes of particular show but I think it would be really useful if you can do it for all shows in database (with or without corresponding episodes). Also would it be to difficult to have option to export to HTML format. Just asking  :-[-calexicoca (October 31, 2015, 09:27 AM)
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I've added this to my ToDo list but I just started a new job so my time is pretty limited for the next while.  I'll see what I can do for you.   ;)  BTW, which version of epCheck are you using?


calexicoca:
Long time user, first time poster. SKWIRE first let me thank you for this wonderful little toy I use very often. I ADMIRE your dedication and helpfulness in trying to address all comments and suggestions posted here for sooooo long.  :Thmbsup:-calexicoca (October 31, 2015, 09:27 AM)
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I'm glad you find the program useful and thank you for the kind words.   :)  Welcome to DonationCoder as well.   :Thmbsup:

I wonder if it would be difficult to incorporate in one of next update of this little gem ability to export ALL shows to cvs with status and network. I know it is possible to export episodes of particular show but I think it would be really useful if you can do it for all shows in database (with or without corresponding episodes). Also would it be to difficult to have option to export to HTML format. Just asking  :-[-calexicoca (October 31, 2015, 09:27 AM)
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I've added this to my ToDo list but I just started a new job so my time is pretty limited for the next while.  I see what I can do for you.   ;)  BTW, which version of epCheck are you using?
-skwire (November 01, 2015, 06:29 PM)
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Thank you for considering it! No rush at all, I know this is a side volunteering project. I am using v.1.15 build 166.

Metaphizx:
Hi Skwire, and forums folk.

Thanks indeed for this great software. I need some help please regarding a new issue I'm having concerning show names. In each of the profile columns, only the profile name appears where individual show names have been shown previously- can you help?

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Edit: Forgot to add I've already tried refreshing ALL series data several times.

UPDATE: Ooops, unbeknownst to me there are two columns and the view had simply shifted across. It was only after I did a fresh install that I noticed any divider. Can these columns be customized at all?

skwire:
Hi, Metaphizx, and welcome to the DonationCoder forums.

UPDATE: Ooops, unbeknownst to me there are two columns and the view had simply shifted across. It was only after I did a fresh install that I noticed any divider. Can these columns be customized at all?-Metaphizx (November 27, 2015, 11:44 PM)
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No, they can't.  The program normally tries to keep the series ID cloumn hidden (zero-width) but it looks like the cloumn-width saving got a little mixed up on your install.  If it happens again, make sure that listview has focus and press Ctrl+NumpadPlus.  This auto-justifies all columns in the listview so you can then adjust them as necessary.  Please note that the Ctrl+NumpadPlus hotkey isn't specific to epCheck, i.e., it should work on any standard Win32 listview.

Metaphizx:
Thanks for the welcome Skwire, that's handy to know. :Thmbsup:

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