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Old 2008-06-22, 16:58   Link #81
SeijiSensei
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I've just started reading the occasional manga using KDE on Linux. I find the easiest thing is just to open the directory or compressed file with Konqueror which allows you to navigate from page to page. There's also a view that includes thumbnails.

Then there's the portrait vs. landscape problem. I have Dell monitor on a rotating stand so I can turn it 90° into the portrait mode. A little searching on the Internet shows that you can use the "xrandr" command to rotate the image on screen. So I enter the command "xrandr -o left" in a terminal window and, voilą, the pages appear in portrait mode.

To get back to landscape mode type "xrandr -o normal".
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Old 2009-04-03, 13:40   Link #82
KimmyChan
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If and when I ever use a manga reader online (which isn't very often), I like to use:

www.mangashare.com
www.mangafox.xom
www.onemanga.com
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Old 2009-04-03, 18:42   Link #83
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For the past month or two been reading at OneManga and MangaFox, but just started reading them via downloads again.

I use Mac OS X so my viewer of choice is Simple Comic. On Windows, the best is by far CDisplay.
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Old 2009-04-04, 04:32   Link #84
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I use ACD see Photo Manager 10 since it capability to peek at winrar or zip file without extracting it content and it have bunch of convenient feature that I still can't recognized and used.
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Old 2009-04-09, 09:10   Link #85
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I enjoy reading various Shonen Jump & Shojo Beat manga previews from their own official website online readers aswell whenever I can
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Old 2009-04-09, 10:20   Link #86
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I use Windows Photo Gallery.
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Old 2009-04-09, 16:59   Link #87
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In terms of online manga readers, I tend to drift to either Onemanga, Mangafox, or AnimeA. Though I mainly stick to Mangafox these days, it has some series that Onemanga dropped that I like.
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