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Is this still a thing? Did we lose it in the reset? Somebody got a link?


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i use the swccg database website (swccg.polarhaven.net) but i think some older cards are still in it.
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sw-ip and polarhaven are both independently operated and maintained. Neither one has been updated post reset as far as I know.

If you don't have sw-ip at all, you can download it from here:
http://www.starwarsccg.org/resources/software/

I'm not sure how up to date that is, so you can get the last database file to be updated (up through the 9.1 preview cards) here:
/viewt ... 71&t=30796

That should give you every Set 0 card except Dooku, his saber, Droideka, Acclamator, Anakin, Blaster Rifle v (LS), Captain Rex, Commander Cody, Dorme, and General Cracken.
It also doesn't include the re-done shields.

If you download the master pdf as well (http://www.starwarsccg.org/resources/virtual-slips/) you should have everything you need if you can't install holotable.

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thanks for the link JediJer I couldn't find it. How difficult is it to update sw-ip? can somebody give me a quick tutorial on how to add/remove/edit cards from its database. As far as card databases go swip was always my favorite, i find its searching and filtering abilities unmatched by polarhaven, holodeck, etc. If somebody can show me how to edit it i will work on it and share my results.
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Jan, just for you I'll try to find time to update it for the reset. I haven't decided what the best way would be to do it, though. I use sqlitebrowser and it's pretty easy (but tedious) to delete rows. It doesn't delete their references from other cards, which can be annoying.
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That would be swell! Though I wouldn't mind taking a crack at it if you'd prefer, tedious I can handle, just need some direction. I tried opening the .sdb file in notepad and it is just every bit of text from every swccg card ever in wall form.

I always assumed the pulls/pulled by stuff was something that was done manually. While handy, it must have been a drag for whoever put that time in. I mainly like swip for it's searching and filtering the references to other cards I could live without. Also just realized that those can be edited through swip itself so that is something I can definitely handle myself.
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Is it possible to run SW-IP on a chromebook by any chance?

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quickdraw3457 wrote:Is it possible to run SW-IP on a chromebook by any chance?

/in before keith says to get a real computer
I don't think chromebooks let you install any programs. I don't know if you're able to save files and run an .exe, but if you can, then sw-ip will work. I don't have a chromebook, so I only know what I've read about them, but I think they're pretty limited to just the apps you can get online

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Tne only 'programs' chromebooks can run are Google apps.
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Cam Solusar wrote:Tne only 'programs' chromebooks can run are Google apps.
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Ghosttrain wrote:thanks for the link JediJer I couldn't find it. How difficult is it to update sw-ip? can somebody give me a quick tutorial on how to add/remove/edit cards from its database. As far as card databases go swip was always my favorite, i find its searching and filtering abilities unmatched by polarhaven, holodeck, etc. If somebody can show me how to edit it i will work on it and share my results.
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Honestly I don't care about all the extra stuff in sw-ip like abbreviations, pulling, matching, information, combo, etc. The search function was the best and is unequaled by other programs.

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Any Info about the update Mr. Puck?

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I got this working using Cameyo and using the online capture utility to then turn it into a HTML app. Works well in a browser on a PC but using the Cameyo android app is a bit slow on my tab and currently the Cameyo android app does not allow screen rotation so it is small.

Would probably work great on a Chromebook though have not tried it. Perhaps not an ideal work around but it I was looking at a proof of concept to see how well Cameyo worked and thought I would try it with this SW-IP.

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LightSideMains wrote:Any Info about the update Mr. Puck?
Sorry, no. Too much stuff going on, like all the time. :(
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I've got the time but not the know-how. I've tried downloading over a half dozen different programs to attempt to edit swip (including sqelitebrowser that puck mentioned) and have been unable to open the database with any of them. Somebody wants to give me some pointers?
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I could show you how, if we could get on Skype or something similar. Or I could email you the program I use and you can play around with it?
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Sure email it to me and I'll see if I can figure it out, jwestergard at gmail, Thanks!
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email sent- lmk if u get it
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just opened it up and messed around some. So when you say it is tedious to delete rows is that because you can only delete one at a time and it has to think for about 20 seconds to do it?
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