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Sai'sDisciple 2004-09-24 00:52

where to download manga viewers?
 
Hello just a new user here on manga. I need to know where can I download

Manga viewers. To like read the manga. If anyone would like to help. Plz. oh and

if this is a sticky im sorry i couldn't find any other pages i tried looking.

NoSanninWa 2004-09-24 01:26

I'd suggest that you use ACDSee. It can read files inside a zip file, automatically resize them to fit your screen (or not) and a lot else.

It is also a free trial.

Burner of Anime 2004-09-24 03:54

Irfanview is better. Completely free and can link to your codecs/media players so you can do screencaps and edit like a basic paint progam.

http://www.irfanview.com/

hcl4 2004-09-24 19:38

Try CDisplay, same ability to view images inside zip/rar like ACDSee but its free.

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

Yoska 2004-09-25 11:53

Manga Viewer of Toriyama's World. There is a lot of minor bugs and little flaws in it but I always end up using it for some reason.

Tsu 2004-09-25 12:24

I'm personally rather fond of ComicsViewer.
It's fast, can load directly from ZIP and RAR files and was made specifically for (Asian) comics.

GHDpro 2004-09-25 19:34

I personally use FireHand Ember Pro (v3.7.1) as my thumbnail viewer (manga etc) of choice.
(note that this is an older version than currently available)

_Sin_ 2004-09-25 19:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by NoSanninWa
I'd suggest that you use ACDSee. It can read files inside a zip file, automatically resize them to fit your screen (or not) and a lot else.

It is also a free trial.

OMG, I can't believe what I'll gonna say, but I completely agree with your choice of software, NSW. :uhoh:
That's gotta be some bad omen

ubb 2004-09-29 14:07

ACDSee v6 really lags my computer, did they make a revision since?

Ending 2004-09-29 16:26

Uh... ImageEye?

It allows slide-shows simply by pressing back/forward button and auto-resizes the pic to fit the screen if you want. Quick too.

Burner of Anime 2004-09-29 21:01

Major drawback to ACDsee is the fact that it really nags you to register/buy. :sad:

Sure it's a good program but can get really annoying.

ZhouYu 2004-09-30 11:04

Toriyama's World got a Manga viewer...

Takayanagi 2004-09-30 14:43

I use GQview. It's free (GPL2'd) and kicks ass.

Roots 2004-09-30 16:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Takayanagi
I use GQview. It's free (GPL2'd) and kicks ass.

I give a strong second to that. GQview beats the pants off of any other program I've used to view manga/multiple images.

ShikaShika 2004-09-30 17:31

I use windows XP's built in image viewer. You can't view the images in a zip file (well... unless you view them one at a time) but otherwise it's got everything you'd need. Plus it's really fast and uses like no memory at all. I uninstalled ACDsee the moment I found out about it.

Spooky-Electric 2004-09-30 17:40

I use the Windows XP Picture Viewer as well. It works great. Never found any need to download a third party viewer.

Roots 2004-09-30 17:48

Windows ImageViewer doesn't work great for me. For example, if I want to view images full screen I have to start the slide show and then pause it, which is annoying (especially when I accidentally unpause it). After exiting full-screen, it goes back to the image I started on. So if I just spent the last 20 minutes reading and all the sudden an IM window pops up or I accidentally hit the wrong key on the keyboard, I have to scavage thru the directory to find that image again (I've actually had the manga spoiled for me once because of this). Image Viewer may be good for some other purposes, but IMO its not for manga. :mad:


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