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Comic Collector (macOS)

v16.0.4: Fixed some template issues and more

March 22nd, 2016


Fixed:

  • Templates: changing Read It/Rating didn’t trigger a change for syncing
  • Templates: 2 panels mode with selected folder: selection was lost after changing “Read It”
  • Edit in List: Edit Rating was not working
  • Templates: Online Links: “https” URLs didn’t open
  • Cover Flow panel now has a black background
  • Performance: Statistics are no longer updated if not necessary
  • Sort Sets selection was sometimes lost after restarting the app
  • Main Screen: “Collection status” filter selection was not remembered after restarting the app

Movie Collector (macOS)

v16.0.4: Fixed some template issues and more

March 22nd, 2016


Fixed:

  • Templates: Changing Seen It/Rating didn’t trigger a change for syncing.
  • Templates: 2 panels mode with selected folder: selection was lost after changing “Seen It”.
  • Templates: Online Links: “https” URLs didn’t open.
  • Edit in List: Edit Rating was not working.
  • Cover Flow panel now has a black background.
  • Performance: Statistics are no longer updated if not necessary.
  • Sort Sets selection was sometimes lost after restarting the app.
  • Main Screen: “Collection status” filter selection was not remembered after restarting the app.

Music Collector (macOS)

v16.0.3: Added menu item for Card View

March 7th, 2016


Fixed:

  • Menu: “View > Cards” item was missing
  • Cards View was not working on Mavericks
  • Tracks View: List: it was not possible to sort by Album Index

Book Collector (macOS)

v16.0.1: Book Collector V16: Quicksilver

February 17th, 2016

New view for the main screen: Card View

Next to List View, Images View and Cover Flow, we have added a Card View, a multi-column view with little info cards for each book, showing the main book details and a small cover thumbnail.


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Movie Collector (macOS)

v16.0.1: Movie Collector V16: Quicksilver

February 17th, 2016

New view for the main screen: Card View

Next to List View, Images View and Cover Flow, we have added a Card View, a multi-column view with little info cards for each movie, showing the main movie details and a small cover thumbnail.


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Book Connect

New: Multi-field sorting

July 28th, 2015

A few weeks ago, we introduced the new Sort Order screen. Today we’re taking the next step: allowing multi-field sorting.

For example, you can now sort your list first by Year, then within the years, by Title.
Just drag multiple fields from the Available panel to the Selected panel, one by one:

multi-field-sorting


Book Connect

New Sort Order screen

June 30th, 2015

Just over a week ago, we introduced a new design for the Columns screen. Today, we moved the new design over to the Sort Order screen, so that both have a consistent user interface.

Just drag your desired Sort Field to the right, then select Ascending or Descending using the toggle buttons below the field.

new-sort-screen

Next up: multi-field sorting!


Book Connect

More sort fields to choose from

June 23rd, 2015

Today, more sort field options have been added to the Sort Order screen of all five Connect and Cloud Viewer editions.
This basically means that from now on, ALL available cloud fields can also be sorted on.

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Book Connect

Fixes: Edit Multiple, Infinite Scrolling, Sorting

June 16th, 2015

Several small fixes today:

  • Editing multiple items with really many items selected (say over 1,000) didn’t work.
    Now it does. But still, editing many items in one go may be slow.
  • On large desktop screen, with the browser window set full screen, the infinite scrolling system didn’t work.
    It immediately stopped loading after the first set of items was shown. Happened only in Images and Card Views though, in List View all was well. Fixed now.
  • When changing the sorting by clicking a column header, the sort direction of the previous sort column was used. Now it correctly resets to ascending sorting when changing to a different sort field.

Book Connect

New: Sorting and Column Selection in Cloud Viewer

June 9th, 2015

Until recently, the public Cloud Viewer always followed the Sort Order and Columns selection set by the owner of the specific cloud collection you were viewing.

But as of today, the Cloud Viewer also features the Sort Order and Columns buttons:

cloud sorting columns

Now, everyone who views your collection in the cloud is able to select his own Sort Order and Columns. Of course these settings are saved only for them (in a local cookie on their device), so their choices will not affect your own settings.