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Post #153436
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11:12 am, Apr 13 2008
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IrfanView, FastStone ImageViewer, and Windows Preview depending on the comp I am currently working on. Pathetic, but I rarely have the opportuinty to read more then 2 volumes a day, I keep reading on schedule, and usually unzip to a USB what I'll read for the day. I had CDisplay, but I didn't put much effort to get used to it or benefit from its options. I like FastStone because I can do basic editting for fun while reading.

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Post #153506
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4:10 pm, Apr 13 2008
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CDisplay, I haven't tried any other ones aside from teh default windows one, and that one sucks roll eyes

Melona~ >w<
Post #153525
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4:57 pm, Apr 13 2008
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ah I think I'm the only one who does it very differently. I just op the zip or rar so I have all files open, put them to the left of the screen and I just drag them into my browser... I have been using this way for at least 5 years XD I never considered other ways because I never thought such programs existed... I guess I just never thought about it till I saw this discussion. I just made up my way in a way of improvising but I think I'll try one of these programs ppl discuss here. It's time for a change (maybe) XD

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Post #154484

8:32 pm, Apr 16 2008
Posts: 20

I usually just read it on the internet but otherwise i just use windows picture viewer ^^

Post #168881
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9:29 pm, Jun 10 2008
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i use display and winrar.

Post #168882
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9:33 pm, Jun 10 2008
Posts: 46

Oh rly? Nothing you say matters enough to touche me.
Post #168884
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9:41 pm, Jun 10 2008
Posts: 539

I set it as a slideshow rofl big screens help

Post #168885

9:42 pm, Jun 10 2008
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i like using comic rack...pretty good program

Post #168888

9:51 pm, Jun 10 2008
Posts: 5

Onemanga, mangafox or by viewing it as a slideshow if I managed to attain the manga from a scanlator.

Post #169000
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6:35 am, Jun 11 2008
Posts: 38

ACDsee - let you view it even if it's zipped or rar'ed, without unpacking it.

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Post #169040
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3:22 pm, Jun 11 2008
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CDisplayEX and CimocGURU on my pocket pc.

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Post #169041
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3:38 pm, Jun 11 2008
Posts: 51

as a few of you might have mentioned before, (Sarabos & rsktwlght)

I use Comicsviewer,
auto centering, reads manga the proper way if you set it up to do so
Can also go american
has auto laziness buttons
bookmarks for when you read those crazy long volumes that you expected to be WAAY shorter and need sleep (blast you ranma for being so good)
and generally doesn't force you to extract ANY file unless the person who uploaded it was weird enough to put it into a double folder.

Last edited by Thunder Emperor at 4:06 pm, Jun 11

Post #169060
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6:26 pm, Jun 11 2008
Posts: 19 <- All the way! eyes

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Post #169065
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7:14 pm, Jun 11 2008
Posts: 97

Windows Picture and Fax Viewer

That is what i use and hey it has served me pretty damn well.

The world would be a bleak place without manga.
Post #169072 - Reply to (#169065) by Yumcha
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8:03 pm, Jun 11 2008
Posts: 225

Microsoft Office Picture Manager. Probably the only useful program to come out of Microsoft. If I can't be bothered to download the manga then I use OneManga.

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American laziness buttons

Ha ha, j/k ... sorta bigrazz

Lose - Opposite of win, to misplace something/someone. e.g. To lose your way, to lose a fight.
Loose - Opposite of tight. e.g. To have a loose screw, to loosen a jar lid.

^ Not just scanlators, but also company documents are getting it wrong now!
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