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Post #1408
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2:59 pm, Nov 6 2006
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So what program do you use to read manga?
Ive noticed that there are some variations.
I personally use CDisplay, but might change to Pdisplay...

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4:27 pm, Nov 6 2006
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Yes, it's quite embarrassing to admit, but I just use Windows' picture previewer.

Laugh. I know you want to. >_>

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MangaViewer for me (not the best, but it gets by...) Although, my brother and sister use CDisplay too.

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Post #1411
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4:37 pm, Nov 6 2006
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ACDSee 5

I've set it up so page changes, zoom, etc. are mapped to a game controller so I can just relax.

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cdisplay, plain and simple. I am just used to scrolling with the arrow keys and "turning" the page with page up and down.

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5:11 pm, Nov 6 2006
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CDisplay for me.

Mostly because I'm reluctant to really try anything else. (That goes for just about everything I have that's already satisfying for me)

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Post #1414 - Reply to (#1409) by Manick
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Quote from Manick
Yes, it's quite embarrassing to admit, but I just use Windows' picture previewer.

Laugh. I know you want to. >_>


*points and laughs*

Cdisplay as well. although i still have Infraview installed and have used it on rare occasions. *simply don't like having to unzip and unrar to read mangas/comics* and i do like how it fills up the whole screen. and for the record infraview can still serve a purpose for those lowres oldschool scanlations. but yeah heard ACDSee was nice. tried once but dont like change much. and PDisplay well need to try new version. been lazy

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7:22 pm, Nov 6 2006
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My only problem with ACDSee 5 is it doesn't work well with RAR files.

I love the renaming function in ACDSee, though. I always unzip all the chapters and put them in their own volume zip and they're not always named the same.

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9:10 pm, Nov 6 2006
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I use PicWalker. Although it's fairly simple, I love it. I can zoom in and out, align the image so that it can appear in the center, left, or right. It opens up each time to the intruction manual and it remembers where you've last been, file-wise.

If you'd like to know more, go here: http://www.oma-penny.com/software.php

If you'd like to download it, click here: http://www.snapdrive.net/files/103983/PicWalker.zip

{Fairly simple set up}

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9:57 pm, Nov 6 2006
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windows picture viewer is good enough for me =P

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11:33 pm, Nov 6 2006
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I love unzipping! Dunno why..I guess I'm used to it. I always unzip a whole volume and then leave it unzipped if I couldn't finish it or if that's the volume I'm up to. It's a great indicator.
For reading manga I use infraview, simply the best! You can jump between folders and it puts the whole page fullscreen. If the page is big you just right click and onto the next page (usually you can use the arrow keys)
I love it biggrin

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Post #1420
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12:40 am, Nov 7 2006
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Unzip and Irfanview for me too.

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8:25 am, Nov 7 2006
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I use CDisplay. For those archives that CDisplay seems to have problems with, I use ACDSee.

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10:32 am, Nov 7 2006
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I unpack the zip archive, open the resulting folder, "Select All", and open the result in MacOS X's Preview Application. Works great for me.

Post #1425
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11:12 am, Nov 7 2006
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ACDSee for me... can't be bothered with unzipping everything. If it so happens to be a rar file, I just convert it to zip before reading bigrazz

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