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Dudek 2004-07-29 19:48

What program do you use to view Manga in?
 
Please and thankyou :P

BlackDove 2004-07-29 20:19

FireFox browser.

Click - page open
Click - image enlarged to %100 of its size (normal size)
Viewed
Click - Close browser
Click - Repeat

Struggler 2004-07-29 20:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dudek
Please and thankyou :P

CDisplay is the best. You don't even need to decompress *.zips and *.rars

http://www.geocities.com/davidayton/CDisplay

ShadowClone 2004-07-30 06:33

ACDSee or IrfanView...both have built-in file/thumbnail browsers and can seamlessly switch to slide-show modes, with zooming included.

In ACDSee, you can just scroll your mouse wheel up or down to mode forward/backward in the scanned pages...

Ketsueki 2004-07-30 07:44

ACDSee is my personal favourite

S7EV3n 2004-07-30 08:01

buy windows xp
and use it's abilities~ =p

Shay 2004-07-30 08:07

Print it out, staple it together, and read it how its meant to be read. :twitch:

I don't actually do that btw. :)

S7EV3n 2004-07-30 08:14

use the slideshow thing..and slide it on the wall
read it while lying on the bed with a pack of snack ~~ YUMMY ^_^*

Sakaki 2004-07-30 08:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by shinobi_shay
Print it out, staple it together, and read it how its meant to be read. :twitch:

I don't actually do that btw. :)

I have......but only 2 or 3 times.:heh:
ACDsee is the image viewer that I use.

cv_4ever 2004-07-30 08:58

I use CDisplay,

I find it better than any of the others because it allows you to bookmark any page if you have to stop reading for any chance. Then later you only need to open CDisplay and select the desired bookmark and it will open the file in the exact page you left off.
Not only that and it allows to automatically jump from one issue (zip file) to the next one (or previous) with a simple key combination.

nh1 2004-07-30 08:59

ACDSee


...


Long enough message now?

LBW 2004-07-30 11:43

acdsee

I used cdisplay a few years ago, but it was still buggy as hell then, guess I should give it another try.

snoopy 2004-07-30 12:03

I find the built-in windows xp picture viewer to be more than satisfactory...

Kiva128 2004-07-30 12:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by snoopy
I find the built-in windows xp picture viewer to be more than satisfactory...

Same here.

Melty Snow 2004-07-30 12:14

CDisplay bookmarking sounds usefull.... but then again I shouldn't extract 10+ volumes into the same folder :(.

Using ACDSee right now.... as long I can turn page with mousewheel and scroll somehow, im happy.

peiffman1 2004-07-30 12:49

I use the XP slideshow feature, it works really well and doesn't require me to bother downloading anything.

Roots 2004-07-30 13:18

I hate the Windows XP image viewer. Its not customizable in the least bit, and even worse sometimes the damn thing crashes on me. Of course I only use it when I'm on other people's computers though, because I don't run Windows.

Personally, I use GQView. Its the best image viewer I've ever used and I never once had an issue with it. Here are some links:

Homepage

Screenshots

Currently its only available for Linux, so if you are using another O/S too bad but you're missing out. :)

Don Roberto 2004-07-30 14:08

I use Opera with tabs on. Click Tab 1, read, click tab 2, read, etc.

dreamless 2004-07-30 15:11

I use ComicsViewer... a program specilized in viewing manga scans...

Spooky-Electric 2004-07-30 16:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by snoopy
I find the built-in windows xp picture viewer to be more than satisfactory...

Me too.

I just hit ctrl + A to size the image at its original size, and then I click the next image when I'm done reading that page.


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