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Published 09/06/2012 @ 01:46:44, By Neptune
Forgive me if this has been mentioned before (I can’t find anything regarding it), but I would like to see an addition class for a vehicle’s condition: factory correct, modified, or heavily modified (or some similar formal listing)

Perhaps listed below or beside the current class which lists the vehicle body type and model origin.

Presently we just list "modified", "custom", or something similar in the extra info field, but some vehicles that are factory correct have trim levels called Custom or some version of it, so that does not look right, and could confuse or probably has confused site visitors.

Furthermore, it would be easy for any of us to discern if a vehicle was factory correct or not, even ones heavily modified. So selecting which class to put it in would not take the intelligence level of a rocket scientist.

Just a thought...


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Published 09/06/2012 @ 06:56:56, By ford_guy
I like that idea a lot, although I wonder if we would have issues with some users listing a vehicle as, for example, modified when it only has a custom grille or a few, minuscule aftermarket items. I can see the line being blurred at times.
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Published 09/06/2012 @ 10:19:34, By antp
It is difficult to draw the line there :ohwell:
Does changing the hubcaps count as modified? :grin:
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Published 09/06/2012 @ 18:06:33, By night cub
Something that I would find useful is information on the film/TV series' country of origin and where filmed.
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Published 09/06/2012 @ 20:38:47, By kegare
Me too, especially the filming location, quite useful when searching for something.
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Published 09/06/2012 @ 21:08:32, By ford_guy
But isn't that part of the reason for which the IMDb link is provided? That's where I go to find that information.
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Published 09/06/2012 @ 21:41:49, By kegare
The movies would also be indexed on IMCDb, for example maybe on the 'Statistics' page: "Movies by filming location". There are also many movies which have the country of origin on IMDb but not the filming location (or only partially listed). Displaying the filming location on each of these movie pages is helpful, it will also avoid the usual "where was it filmed?" question.

However, the most vital feature that the website needs is, in my opinon, a "Show replies to your posts" button, as mentioned before.

Latest Edition: 09/06/2012 @ 23:18:25
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Published 10/06/2012 @ 11:18:03, By antp
Tracking of comments will be added but I do not know yet if I'll be able to make that automatic without performance issue, or if I'll only do something where you can "bookmark" threads (well I'll probably do at least the latter one anyway).

Something that I would find useful is information on the film/TV series' country of origin and where filmed.


That is planned to be added :wink:
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Published 04/07/2012 @ 13:57:22, By dsl
Would it be feasible to have a category box for what - if any - event is being depicted and year? Probably most useful for races/rallies, but could apply to Motor Shows, Concours displays (eg Monterey, Pebble beach), commemmoration runs (London-Brighton), Goodwood Festival of Speed etc. It would enable - for instance - all entries for the 1958 Le Mans 24 hours or 1992 Spanish Grand Prix or 1974 Monte Carlo rally to be pulled out in one search across all the films/programmes in which they appear. Would not apply for the vast majority of entries, but could be very useful research filter in specific cases. May need the ability to double enter for eg a 1958 Le Mans car on display at 2003 Pebble Beach.
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Published 04/07/2012 @ 15:41:27, By antp
Indeed it could maybe be interesting for a future addition.
We already have a lot of work on short/medium term though.
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Published 25/01/2013 @ 15:57:56, By owlman
Suggestion for the title search feature: if an exact match exists, return that at the top of the results list. That would make it much easier to find short movie titles like "Ted" or "M"
:computer:
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Published 25/01/2013 @ 16:08:08, By antp
I could indeed.
For cases like that, the "exact" or "equal to" searches (from the search page) work better.

Latest Edition: 25/01/2013 @ 16:08:45
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Published 25/01/2013 @ 18:03:55, By owlman
Oh yeah, I forgot you can search for movies on the Search page! Well it would still help newbies (or forgetful oldies like me).
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Published 27/01/2013 @ 20:23:05, By badlymad
I was wondering if on the home page, we could include a small "Trivia" or "Did You Know?" section. There are many random factoids that users (and people who own or worked on the vehicles depicted) have brought up in the past that would be pretty interesting for visitors.
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Published 28/01/2013 @ 00:12:42, By antp
yes, trivia is on the to do list :wink:

Latest Edition: 28/01/2013 @ 00:13:06
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Published 28/01/2013 @ 13:38:51, By walter.
@ Antp:

there are some dead sites in the links section that maybe need to be removed:
- SAABs in films
- MovieRepliCars
- Volkswagens in Film and Video
- Famous Cars & More
- The Cadillac Database
- A40 Farina Club
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Published 28/01/2013 @ 16:11:17, By antp
Thanks.
moviereplicars works, but I forgot the http in front of the url
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Published 24/11/2014 @ 00:40:31, By rjluna2
The main page (imcdb.org/www.imcdb.org) does not have language flag right next to the "Home page". Somehow when I was doing some search via Google image list and wanted to see the imcdb page itself. I visited the page and it was in German page. Anyway make this story short, I used my favorites site and came up as German main page :boggled: I tried to logged in and still at the German language. Fortunately, when I visited at the Unidentified page the language flag appears right next to the "Home page". Immediately, I click the English flag and all is well :smile:

Can this be fixed?
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Published 24/11/2014 @ 10:38:51, By antp
Indeed, I must have accidentally removed something when I've put a different ad style on the home page than the other pages.
edit: done

Latest Edition: 24/11/2014 @ 10:42:16
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Published 24/11/2014 @ 14:00:40, By rjluna2
Thanks :smile:
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Published 19/03/2015 @ 18:21:59, By rjluna2
I am testing the Google Chrome 64-bit version for Windows 7. Here is the result of using the smiley face position and italic scripting:
File: chrome64_offsetcrop.jpg ( 70.6 KB - 1235 )

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