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nmCollector 04-12-2013 11:46 PM

Reloading Equipment and Supplies Template Now Available
 
You can download a first cut at a reloading template from my collection templates page. You will also find instructions for how to import the new Reloading collection type into your copy of NM Collector Software on that same page.

The data for this first cut came from this post: Tracking Reloading Supplies in another forum. Using the data provided, I created the template in a matter of minutes using the approach illustrated in this example for creating a new home inventory collection type. New collection types are so easy to create in NM Collector Software that anybody can create their own custom templates in a matter of minutes.

You can modify this new reloading equipment template it to meet your needs or provide feedback to me so I can modify it and make the modified template available for others to use.

If you want to track your reloads, there is already an ammo template for that.

Thanks!

nmCollector 04-18-2013 08:17 AM

Reloading Supplies App for Android?
 
I see a lot of people are reading this thread. I am definitely interested in feedback. I can rearrange fields and pre-populate data if anyone cares to provide the appropriate feedback. Also, if anyone has taken the time to customize this and populate the drop down fields they can easily share their customizations with others.

If there is enough interest I can build an android app for this that will integrate with the desktop version of NM Collector Software.

Let me know if there is interest in an android app for this by replying to this post. My currently available android apps that integrate with the desktop version of NM Collector Software include Amazon NM Collector Android Apps and NM Collector Apps on Google Play.

BTW, I am more than happy to help track reloading equipment and supplies but I really do not intend to build a reloading application because there are plenty of other good ones out there and I do not want to accept any amount of liability in case of a reloading accident.

Thanks,

nmCollector 05-17-2013 10:06 PM

Any feedback positive or negative would be appreciated!

Thanks!

nmCollector 05-24-2013 07:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nmCollector (Post 842158)
Any feedback positive or negative would be appreciated!

Thanks!

Anybody tried it out yet?

Thanks

nmCollector 06-05-2013 06:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nmCollector (Post 845509)
Anybody tried it out yet?

Thanks

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nmCollector 06-30-2013 08:38 AM

Still looking for feedback. Would anybody care to comment?

Thanks,

Clay


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