Transformers database program.....

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  1. KMITB

    KMITB The dub voice of Prime

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    Does anyone out there know of a program that helps you keep track of your collection, or one that has all the pictures to the various toys including the box and weapons and such? I remeber something like this a few years back, but when I did a search, I couldn't come up with it. Thanks for any help on this.

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  3. Trek

    Trek Well-Known Member

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    That should be http://www.transformerland.com/. :) 

    I'm currently working on an access database for my own collection and I plan to adapt it for other people to use via my TF website (when I get it up and running) either as a download or online.
     
  4. KMITB

    KMITB The dub voice of Prime

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    I've been there before. Looks like it's only an online deal. And every figue I've looked up has no pictures....even the most common ones. I was looking for one to download and look at offline. Trek...let ne know when you have that bad boy ready.

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    Trek Well-Known Member

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    I currently got a Beta version that I'm using to track my collection, but it's very basic and I'm not all that happy with it.

    The completed system will allow you to keep track of your collection as well as your items you want to sell. For those you'll be able to input the details for selling on ebay and it'll generate a csv file for import into turbolister.
     
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    www.tfu.info

    its also online, but a good site....you could try finding the transmanual. there are 2 volumes out and they cover everything g1....
     
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    CrackerBoy SeƱor Member TFW2005 Supporter

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    I made an access database that you can put in all the different generations, weapons, grades, costs and other notes. I was thinking of putting in pictures, but havent' decided. I've actually input all the data for G1 1984-1986 and some of 87.
     
  8. KMITB

    KMITB The dub voice of Prime

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    I think what transformerland.com did is cool (If I can get it to display anything). I'd like to have something like that, but as a program on the computer so you wouldn't have to be online to work with it. Have the box, toy, tech spec, instructions, box art....all in a nifty program, at your fingertips.
     
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    Yeah I've done the same. Pictures and easy auction listings is the next stage.
     
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    Maximo Prime Bassist of Ill Repute

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    i use an excel sheet, but it's getting unweildy..
     

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