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QComicBook

   0.8.1  

KDE Graphic Viewer

Score 84%
QComicBook
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QComicBook
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QComicBook
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  18310
Submitted:  Jan 8 2005
Updated:  Jul 8 2011

Description:

QComicBook is a viewer for PDF files and comic book archives containing jpeg/png images, which aims at convenience and simplicity. Features include:

* automatic handling of archives
* full-screen mode
* two-pages mode
* continuous scrolling mode
* frame view mode (frame-by-frame reading, comic frame detection)
* japanese mode
* thumbnails
* page scaling (fit to window width/height, whole page) and rotating
* mouse or keyboard navigation, whatever you prefer
* bookmarks

QComicBook requires Qt4 library, poppler library, zip, rar/unrar, tar, p7zip and unace programs to handle archives.

ATTENTION: I need translators! Please read README-translations and contact me if you'd like to translate QComicBook.




Changelog:

* removed thin border around scroll area widget.
* fixed compilation errors on some systems (such as Ubuntu) caused by conflict with Page.h from libpoppler.




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 focus/bookmarks

 
 by devriesz on: Jan 22 2005
 
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When I rightclick on a page to check the pagenumber (idea: maybe a counter should be added somewhere?) the programs stops responding to the keyboard. (focus is on the menubar (file-view etcetc). Leftclicking doesn't work. With alt-tab (scrolling through open applications) I have to select qcomicbook before it responds to the keyboard again.

When I make a bookmark it looks fine. When I close qcomicbook and open the same archive the bookmark doesn work. The line (name of archive + pagenumbr) is cut in 4 piece with a different pagenumber begind it. So if the name of the archive is Rogue (2005).cbr, the bookmarke becomes /home/my name/folder/Rogue(2005).cbr [12]. After closing and opening it is /home/my name/folder[1], and, rogue[7], and, 2005[0] etcetc.

Other than that it is great litlle program.


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 Re: focus/bookmarks

 
 by yogin on: Jan 22 2005
 
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Ok, I think I have solved both issues. Can you check if it works now? Here is link to patched version: http://linux.bydg.org/~yogin/qcomicbook-test.tar.gz


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 Feedback

 
 by devriesz on: Jan 23 2005
 
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Yes it works :) (the rar thing is also solved).

And found another small problem: When you check scrollbars under 'view' they show (left and bottom). But when I close qcomicbook and open it again they don't show though scrollbars is still checked. I have to uncheck/check scrollbars to see them again.

I don't know if this is a bug or if it is suppose to be like this. The bookmark shows fine but when I click it qcomicbook doesn't go to that page. Is the bookmark just a reminder or should it be able to switch to the selected page?

Thanks for the good work.


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 Re: Feedback

 
 by yogin on: Jan 23 2005
 
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Yes, there was a subtle bug with scrollbars, thanks for pointing it. But I can't reproduce your problem with bookmarks. Bookmark should take you directly to the bookmarked page (it is not just a reminder); it works for me. Can you see if it happens for every comic book, or just for some?


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 Re: Re: Feedback

 
 by yogin on: Jan 23 2005
 
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Ok, I found the problem with bookmarks that you described. Nothing happens if you select bookmark for a comicbook that *is* already opened, right?


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 Yes

 
 by devriesz on: Jan 23 2005
 
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That's it. :)

And I didn't find any other problems so you can start enjoying the weekend. Or perhaps if you're bored add some features like the pagecounter :D.

Thanks again.


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 Full screen switch

 
 by eglacirion on: Feb 12 2005
 
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First of all let me say what a nice program this is for viewing comics!

The problem is once I switch to full-screen, the program is not coming out of full-screen(F11) and I have to use Alt-F4 to exit the program.

I compiled it on Gentoo x86_64 with ebuild
qcomicbook-0.1.4
I am using KDE 3.3.2 and Qt 3.3.3.


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 Re: Full screen swit

 
 by yogin on: Feb 18 2005
 
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This is very strange. Do other keyboard shortcuts work in fullscreen? Can you exit fullscreen mode with ESC?


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 Win32 build

 
 by eglacirion on: Mar 5 2005
 
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Unfortunately I haven't checked back on the full screen problem as I have been stuck on Wind$ws for a while.

But suprisingly I was able to get QComicBook v0.1.4 to compile on my Windows XP system quite easily with just a few minor modifications.

using Dev-C++ 5 with Mingw32 and Qt 3/Windows Free edition.

As you can expect some of the program's features are not in a completely working state.

Such as:-
1)Toolbar is present but no icons.
2)I was not able compile with mkdtemp() and had to remove that function.(I just put in %TEMP% to be used as the temporary directory).
3)Settings such as recently opened files and bookmarks are not saved on exit.
4)Rar ,unrar and zip executables are not being detected.
5)Program window is starting in top left corner of screen and it is difficult to see it's title bar.

With some modification I think it should work well in Windows. Though I don't know a bit about Qt programming. It would be great if you could get it working properly in windows. It would be the only comic viewer program with both Linux and Windows ports!!.

Regards.

Dev-C++ - http://www.bloodshed.net
Qt3/Win Free - http://kde-cygwin.sourceforge.net/qt3-win32/index.php


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 Re: Win32 build

 
 by yogin on: Mar 5 2005
 
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Wow, that's really great! The problems you mentioned are caused by few non-portable things in qcomicbook. For example, rar/unrar and zip/unzip are searched for using PATH environment variable; bookmarks are stored in ~/.qcomicbook directory (LOGIN env var is used for this) etc. So it could be easily ported with small fixes. For now however I'm focused on adding new features.


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 dumb question

 
 by happytuxer on: Mar 8 2005
 
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I know this is going to sound silly...but could someone give me a few examples of where I might find archived comics that would work in this program?.. I haven't come across any


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