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wicked innocence

1:02 am, Jul 3 2012
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Diehard CDisplay user here, but seems it can't handle webcomics, or any long strip format, in order to be readable. At least by settings I tested out and found. Also tried searching google and MU for any existing topic, but nada..

So.. If you read webtoons offline, what application are you using to do so? Would appreciate some suggestion. Thanks smile

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Post #559943
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3:31 pm, Jul 7 2012
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I have the exact same problem, was just about to make a thread about this. Which seems really stupid, you'd think that you can easily configure cdisplay to allow it but apparently not.
If anyone have any tips it will be greatly appreciated.


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3:40 pm, Jul 7 2012
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Manga rock 2 app for iPod, iPhone and iPad.

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3:45 pm, Jul 7 2012
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I don't know if it's available in windows, but Comix works fine for me in ubuntu. It shows long strips in the original size and you can go down the page with the arrows. To go to the next page you usually use the space bar, and the pages (when there is any) of the chapter appear on the left side, so it's really easy to navigate.

I think you should look for it! Probably there is a windows version and it's better than any other comic reader I've ever used.

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penguin king

12:25 am, Jul 12 2012
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I use mango(app for android). Idk if its supported on other os's, but if so I highly recommend. There are non-intrusive ads, but if they really bother you the full version only costs a few bucks, and they're gone forever. Plus it has an awesome favorites system with optional notifications and automatic downloading for new chaps, and I've very rarely had any crashes. Tis a manga lovers wet dream.(also updates frequently and has many sources.... unfortunately none of which are batoto v..v)

Oh and I almost forgot to mention it works as an offline reader as well... kinda important cuz that's what you wanted to start with xD. There is also one offline only called perfect viewer, but I've yet to try it with webcomics so no promises

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Post #575858
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2:45 am, Nov 4 2012
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i have the same problem. after searching here and there it seems that honeyview is the best option. i already tried it and voila problem solved. it works very well and really suitable for webtoons

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Noblesse Forever!

3:58 am, Nov 4 2012
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Quote from SAimNE
Oh and I almost forgot to mention it works as an offline reader as well... kinda important cuz that's what you wanted to start with xD. There is also one offline only called perfect viewer, but I've yet to try it with webcomics so no promises

Perfect Viewer is really the best for reading manga in android. It supports rar and zip support along with other features,and well its reader is more better than even Mango. It can match the height or the width depending on user input. So yes its best for both manga and longstrip webcomics. There is also an app called MangaWatcher. Its a paid product but its cheap. I rarely use it now as I prefer PC.
I think the thread OP is looking for computer related software.
You can try Honey View.(Credits~Eminorel).
Not sure if its perfect.
(Edit: Didnt noticed it was already mentioned)

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Post #575943
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5:29 pm, Nov 4 2012
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ComicRack is simply the best comic organization and reading app I have run across.

It'll help you find chapters a lot easier, and you can set it to automatically rename and place into folders chapters of manga. It's a great program.

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Post #575951

7:13 pm, Nov 4 2012
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Mangasearcher (Android). Not sure for longstrip comics though...or maybe I'm not understanding what you mean by longstrip, like horizontal comics?

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