I didn't get the time to ask this (i think; ignore if i already did
) but i was wondering if automatic syncing of Coollections between multiple machines would be possible.
There have been a few posts from users who use more than one computers (or in my case 4 portable versions in various locations) where it is suggested to put a .cool file in your network folder and run it via a desktop shortcut... Kinda technical and limited to a single LAN.
My suggestion is to do this exact same thing using Coollector's WAN servers as the storage location automatically each time Coollector starts (if sync is enabled).
Hopefully this would be helpful to users without being too tedious to develop since the protocol for allowing multiple instances of Coollector to read a single .cool file have already been established, and there is already a system in place for Coollector to store Coollections online.
In my case it would would be kinda cool because when I add some movies using my laptop on a particular night, then i plug my thingie into my girlfriend's laptop at her place the next night, it will show all my movies (including the new ones i'd added the previous night
...If i had a girlfriend that is