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DVD Custom Labels – Fixed

September 9, 2009

While we work hard to test DVDCorral, unfortunately, we don’t find all the bugs in our own testing.  Thankfully we have a great community here at DVDCorral and you help us tremendously.  Recently, a user mentioned that there was a problem with the Custom Labels.  This is a feature which allows you to mark a DVD as being stored in slot #27 of your DVD Changer or as belonging to the James Bond series.  However you’d like to organize and categorize your DVDs, you can!

We have corrected the problem that was mentioned and everything should be working normally.  We apologize to all of those who had trouble using the custom fields, but hopefully they’ll work better now.  Access them by clicking “Settings” once you’ve logged into the site.  Click the checkboxes near the bottom for the custom fields you’d like to enable, enter your personal label for that field, and you’re good to go!

At DVDCorral it is our goal to be your favorite DVD Collection website.  Sometimes we have problems, or maybe you just find features you’d like to see.  Feel free to leave a comment on any relevant blog post, or just e-mail us at  Only you can provide the suggestions that make DVD Corral just perfect for your collection, so go ahead, let us know what YOU would like to see.

Thanks for helping make DVDCorral the best place to catalog and watch DVDs online!

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  1. how do i use this feauture, custom labels?

    Comment by pancho — October 28, 2009 @ 10:09 pm

  2. Hi Pancho,

    Log into your account and click “Settings”. Near the bottom of that page, you will see the 4 custom fields. Click the checkbox to the left to enable the ones you want to use and label them with your own label on the right. Click “save” and you will have enabled them for your account. Now when you click on a movie and then choose “Modify” the custom fields will be present. They will also show up in the “Detail” view of your collection.

    Also, check out this brief article on using them:


    Comment by geis — October 30, 2009 @ 2:02 am

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