When a collection consists of thousands of items, it is increasingly difficult to keep it all in one's head. Many collectors have created special databases, which store information about their crown caps, but not everyone has the skills to do this. I decided to use my programming skills in order to create something more useful -- a flexible model website for any collector who wishes to use it.
In the very beginning the program was not functional enough, as it was written only for myself. Over time, I implemented a number of additional functions, both to simplify working with collections and to save time. (For example, the scanning was made much easier.) I hardly ever use the graphical editors while inserting new caps.
After awhile, I published the Navigator on the net. Following its translation into several languages, many collectors from all over the world have begun using it. The program is typically available free of charge.
If you have suggestions for additional features or changes, please send them directly to me.