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Gadfly
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Message Posted On Friday, April 23rd 2010 at 6:18 pm
And the talking ads.
Mystical
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Message Posted On Saturday, April 24th 2010 at 4:36 am
Are these ads appearing frequently? Because I have never seen any talking or jumping around ads here.
cjhtwo

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Message Posted On Sunday, May 9th 2010 at 7:36 pm
Would it be possible to add the network BBC America, and add their schedule for shows like Doctor Who and Ashes To Ashes? It would be great if they could show on My Schedule!! Can a show have 2 schedules?
zwixxx

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Message Posted On Tuesday, May 11th 2010 at 2:38 am
I'd like my personalised shedule to show the blank days - days where I've nothing to watch - or at least have the option of showing these days.
hellboy

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Message Posted On Sunday, May 23rd 2010 at 5:44 pm
Why not let us use are same login for the api login why should we have to create another login just for the api part of the tvrage website?

And on another note
I have noticed since the switch to the api services links the wait response
for getting info is really bad sometimes if not most just times out because it takes so long for a response so please add back the old links for the quickinfo
and schedule or please try and fix the 2 api services links because right now they are pretty much useless to a lot of people because of the great lag in the response if we even get a response.

Thanks
andrew
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Message Posted On Sunday, May 23rd 2010 at 11:47 pm
IMDb has added a neat little feature where actor's with Twitter accounts have them integrated onto their IMDb page, with their updates appearing on it. Other sites have done this as well.

To keep up with the times, TVRage could add this, and then a Latest Tweets Page could be added.

And then "Tweet this button" on guides and stuff, which would link TVRage to twitter.

Example:

Andrew @SarahPalin I am looking at the episode guide for MacGyver!
cjhtwo

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Message Posted On Wednesday, June 2nd 2010 at 6:27 pm
I just had the jumping around talking ads! How many times can I possibly be the 100,000th visitor?! So incredibly annoying!
zwixxx

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Message Posted On Saturday, July 3rd 2010 at 9:59 pm
I'd like an option that whenever a new series gets its ep101 broadcast date, it is immediately added to my favourite and thus schedule list.

I can then see something new is coming along, check it out, and remove from favourites if I so wish.

Currently, with so many new series approaching I've lost track of which ones I've checked and disgarded, and thus this option would (1) help me out and (2) be a great way of advertising a new shows soon arrival.

Maybe this suggestion is the product of zero sleep but at the mo it seems like a right cracker.
Strangebird

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Message Posted On Thursday, December 2nd 2010 at 12:00 pm
Sorry, did not have time to read all suggestions. So I'm pretty sure mine has been mentioned, but wouldn't a "if you like this show, you might like..." be nice? I know I would use it. Thanx!
Gadfly
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Message Posted On Thursday, December 2nd 2010 at 3:31 pm
We used to have a Similar Shows. It was removed in anticipation of the upcoming layout redesign, apparently.
cjhtwo

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Message Posted On Monday, January 3rd 2011 at 9:19 pm
Flashpoint is on in Canada tomorrow night, but there needs to be a way to show that it's coming back in June in the U.S.!
Pentar
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Message Posted On Wednesday, April 13th 2011 at 7:28 am
When adding other episode crew (gaffers, sound mixers, etc), it would be nice once the proper crew member is selected, if there was a list of previous crew types that the person has been credited with that can be selected, rather than always using the drop down list.

The drop down list could be used if the person has a new crew type.
Pentar
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Message Posted On Monday, September 19th 2011 at 9:33 pm
My Episode Viewing History (http://www.tvrage.com/mytvrage.php?page=myhistory)

This feature is practically useless as it stands. If you click on "Manage" for any of your favorite shows, an episode list is displayed with the option to manually check a box if you have seen the episode. It would seem more intuitive to access the episode voting database and mark the episode as "Seen" if a vote was registered (and display my vote next to the overall score).

I would like to use this as a way to verify which episodes in a series I have missed so that I might catch it on repeats or Hulu. I really don't want to have to click through each episode and read the synopsis or check if I voted for it or not.
Pentar
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Message Posted On Thursday, October 13th 2011 at 2:26 pm
Adding an "Episode Main Crew" member to an episode:

- If the person does not exist in the database, I fill out the information and submit the new person to be created.

- After an admin approves and the new person gets created, I have to go back to that episode and manually check the box to add that person to the episode main crew.

Why this second step?? This is not the way it works for guest stars. I would like the episode main crew to work the same way as guest stars.
Morning_Star
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Message Posted On Thursday, October 13th 2011 at 3:12 pm
I've long been wanting to rank images in galleries, as can be done with cast.

This would be ideal. For episodes, I try to arrange them in order of events as depicted in the episode and it would be especially beneficial for the main show guides, as to segregate images based on season and/or photo shoot (although a gallery for seasons may help that problem a bit). I've tried to add them in order, but in addition to dealing with discovering new images after a gallery has been populated (and this goes especially for older shows where stills aren't easy to unearth), but the system occasionally goes screwy and cocks up the order I place them in.

If a rank was implemented, then a nice touch would be for stills that are of deleted/alternative scenes or of the behind-the-scenes variety. Those are hard to place, so I tend to try to shovel those to the back, but a sub-folder of some kind to dump those would make sorting them a non-issue.
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