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7creature
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XnView bigrazz

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Emperorpogi
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well personally i only use the cdisplay on comics as the lettering is to small to see with naturally..

i use the windows picture view.. yes i am old school bwhaha..

im also use to the controls of scrolling to zoom in and left and right on the arrow keys.. biggrin

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I use CDisplayEX since i've been running out of space on my hardrives (too much anime perhaps confused). I don't unzip manga anymore biggrin.

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all ido is download and go to my desktop none

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Quote from sesamatim
I use CDisplayEX since i've been running out of space on my hardrives (too much anime perhaps confused). I don't unzip manga anymore biggrin.


So What does CDisplayEx do actually confused
Does it let you see the contents of zip/rar files without really opening them or what?


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I use PDisplay for now. I like that you can drag/drop one or more zips or folders into it and start reading everything right away.

I'll try that cdisplay-app a little though, quite some people seem to be using that.

I used ACDSEE until a week ago but I'm more satisfied with pdisplay since it's more streamlined for reading comics.

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i preview the manga page, then press left or right, like anyone would look at a photo on a pc.

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Left elbow on my desk and hand on my chin, cross-legged on my chair, right hand on page-up/down my keyboard, some snacks on the side, fm radio on low volume, my cellphone ringing, someone yelling at me to have dinner, me yelling back "in a minute!", dogs barking at hissing cats outside the window, the t.v. on, news reporting Armageddon is here, my neighbors running for their lives (good luck to them)... umm... and my reading software is a very old version of ACDsee.

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Mm. I have this program for manga.. so i dont need to resize.. zoom in for lil scripts

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And what would the NAME of that program be?

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I use flash player.. ^^ cuz u dont need to extract the file ^^.. or use adobe.. if its pdf file..

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Quote from traziemykel
I use flash player.. ^^ cuz u dont need to extract the file ^^.. or use adobe.. if its pdf file..

PDF? where did you find a release in pdf?!?!
In my many years of manga leaching I don't ever remember encoutering a pdf file!!!!
and as for me... I use... the windows viewer... you know that crappy one? well that's it... I used to use ACDSee and/or Irfan view... but without any logical reason I now stoped using them. (don't ask why I really don't know!)

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PDF? where did you find a release in pdf?!?!
In my many years of manga leaching I don't ever remember encoutering a pdf file!!!!
and as for me... I use... the windows viewer... you know that crappy one? well that's it... I used to use ACDSee and/or Irfan view... but without any logical reason I now stoped using them. (don't ask why I really don't know!)


The only manga in .pdf that I've encountered was Nausicaa. I really don't know why someone would chose this format.

And I do recommend to get back to using ACDSee. That scary eye is watching you, you know.

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... idid.. doujin.. in lurk. hentai mangas..
but only a few not that many.. and thats why i dl adobe . grrrr

and i have CDisplay Sequential Image Viewer which lets me read manga without extracting it...
(is it just me or people in this forum comment in everything i say?)

Last edited by traziemykel at 10:27 am, Dec 25

MelandStv
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11:46 am, Dec 25 2006
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Hi all!
I use CDisplay on my PC (free & you don't have to un-archive files) and what ever the pic viewer on my PSP is called. I've been using my PSP way more lately to read. That way it can go where I go!biggrin
Mel

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