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Post #779207
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5:09 pm, Aug 6 2020
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As the topic says, anyone know of any comic reader programs that can handle web comics?

I normally use CDisplayEX, and have no problems with it, but the one thing it doesn't do well is handle the vertical scrolling web comics that are becoming more and more popular. It breaks the pages up individually, instead of offering continuous scrolling, Speed Test essay writerwhich makes the experience a little jarring.

I did read about another program that does just what I'm looking for, called PicWalker, but it is apparently over 10 years old, and I can't find any working downloads in my searches.

So does anyone know of any alternatives that I can use in order to read web toons?

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Kuudere-chan~
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6:29 pm, Aug 6 2020
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You can use the tachiweb or something like that. It is simply tachiyomi that ported into pc. As far as I know tachiyomi has weebtoon read mode.

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6:46 pm, Aug 6 2020
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I use SumatraPDF to read vertical webcomics in PC, it's pretty convenient and you can scroll with it.
If it's for phone, I think I've heard people recommending Tachiyomi. Haven't tried it though.

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6:52 pm, Aug 6 2020
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Ah yes, I forgot to sumatrapdf.

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9:39 pm, Aug 6 2020
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I made a similar post not too long ago, and one that was recommended to me was OpenComic. Been using it ever since, and I find it perfect for web comics once you go into the settings and turn on the vertical scrolling feature.

I still use CDisplayEX for my normal manga, but for web comics I'm definitely a fan of OpenComic.

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