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Felo1
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3:23 am, Jul 22 2008
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Acdsee photo manager 9,
so much awesomeness in one single program.
If not i read at onemanga/mangafox and other online reading sites ( and like Zaub i also got a big big monitor so i dont mind at all )

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NightFoxXIII
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If I'm on my laptop (which is majority of the time), I'll use Manga Meeya. Similar to CDisplay (which I used before) but with a bit more features such as:
- Opening zip files within zip files
- Browse through my folders within the program without opening or closing a file (unlike CDisplay)

Otherwise, Manga Meeya pretty much functions the same as CDisplay with just those added features.


And when I'm online (on someone else's computer), I'll go either on mangafox or onemanga. Usually onemanga since there's a more complete list of what I'm looking for.

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StarlightDreams
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I no longer use the Windows Picture Manager viewer anymore, like i said in my previous post. I use CDisplay now(mostly because i have no idea how to use acdsee). I think it's pretty good, make it full screen and stuff, and I don't have to unzip it anymore. biggrin

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polarpotterbear
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3:43 am, Jul 22 2008
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I personally like using IrfanView biggrin

OneTreeHoney
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9:44 am, Jul 22 2008
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i just use windows picture viewer it does its job lol eyes

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omgshanice
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1:26 pm, Jul 24 2008
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I keep them in folders that are really really really organized -- like in specific volumes with same names -- then view them in Windows Picture Viewer roll eyes

Rob1988
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Sinon
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2:14 pm, Jul 24 2008
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I read most of it online. But the few times I am forced to dl, I read it in MMCE and then delete it....

Sosseres
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2:15 pm, Jul 24 2008
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I download it and then read it using any of:
PicWalker, to bad it was discontinued.
CDisplay
MMCE
Comical

Tsuyo_Puyo
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5:39 pm, Jul 24 2008
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with my pants pulled down

..lol actually with CDisplay, is a manga essential

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herseil
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11:12 am, Jul 25 2008
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ACDsee for reading to the fullest,
windows image viewer for quick read

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G-17
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I use a program called Comix.
It's got adouble-page manga mode... which sorts out most of the pages for right-to-left viewing. Also has many other nifty features like a very cool magnifying glass mode (good for reading tiny translator notes). Image scaling capability is very high quality.

Problem is.... I think it only runs on Linux and BSD.

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KennEH!
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Quote from gan17
I use a program called Comix.
It's got adouble-page manga mode... which sorts out most of the pages for right-to-left viewing. Also has many other nifty features like a very cool magnifying glass mode (good for reading tiny translator notes). Image scaling capability is very high quality.

Problem is.... I think it only runs on Linux and BSD.

I just downloaded on my laptop (has Ubuntu) and I think it's great.

G-17
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Quote from KennEH!
I just downloaded on my laptop (has Ubuntu) and I think it's great.

Glad u like it.....

There's actually another program that's just as good, but I forgot the name. It's also GTK+ based.... You need the medibuntu repository for that one, I think.... do some searching.

I'll update the post if I remember.

Last edited by gan17 at 4:24 pm, Jul 25

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Chocoroll
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3:32 am, Aug 12 2008
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I don't use anything special. Just the ol' windows picture viewer.

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Madman
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3:47 am, Aug 12 2008
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mainly online, if not then the windows viewer.

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