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Now Available: ComicBase 2017
Customers with current subscriptions can download it directly from your
(The version you download from your registrations page is fully updated—you don’t need these updaters if you download the full installer)
Be sure to remove any previous ComicBase 2017 updaters using the Add/Remove Programs control panel before installing these updates (Otherwise you'll likely get a message saying that "Another version of this product is already installed"). This will not affect your database.
These updaters require a full installation of ComicBase 2017 v19.0 through v19.4 in order to function. Choose the appropriate updater for the edition of ComicBase you have. To install, open the updater zip file after downloading, and double-click the updater inside in order to run it.
ComicBase 2017 Archive Edition v19.4.1 Director's Cut Updater
ComicBase 2017 Professional v19.4.1 Director's Cut Updater
ComicBase 2017 Express v19.4.1 Director's Cut Updater
Changes from v19.3:
Includes a fully updated database with over 180,000 new issues, as well as over 1 million price and content updates since the original release of ComicBase 2017
Expanded the ability to recognize, repair, and optimize databases. You can also now hold down Ctrl-Alt when opening a database to invoke extended repairs to a damaged database.
Sidekick will automaticall perform a database opimization the first time you run a Compact on it.
Automatically resolves the situation if you opened up a backup file, and allows you to convert it into your working file.
Fixed a rare condition which could cause the program to loop indefinitely when attempting to install a content update with a great many changes
Sidekick no longer adds backup files to their list of active databases, and ComicBase no longer includes them in your recent database list, so that they aren't mistakenly used as working files.
Gives more information and allows you to address an error which would occur if you sold an item on Atomic Avenue but had deleted that item from your database before the sale was deducted from your inventory.