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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:  18326
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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 splash screen wip!

 
 by blurymind on: Apr 28 2005
 
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here it is:
http://img112.echo.cx/img112/8554/snap21cd.png
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Ok,i have few ideas for a splash screen for your app.This is only the basics,i havent color it yet,so look at it just as a sketch of my idea.I need your opinion and what size exatcly do you want it to be.As you can see we have Tux with a straw in his mouth and a red cape on his back in a talk bubble,forming the letter Q.I think of either a bottle at the end of the straw,or maybe a comic book.I will add the words:comic and book in separate bubbles or something like that.If its a bottle,i think of putting a comic book(your choice for a title/png image)as a background,but i think of blurring the bg abit.
I will clean up the lines and color it.
I couldnt contact you,because you dont have a propa email...but here is mine:
blurymind@excite.com
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I still have few bright ideas.I also made few icons.


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 Mandrake

 
 by diaphanu on: May 13 2005
 
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I'm a absolute newbie.
I've just instaled mandrake 10.1
Does QComicBook run on that distro?
If not, is there a chace that a Mandrake version will be available?
TIA


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 Re: Mandrake

 
 by yogin on: May 14 2005
 
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As far as I remember binary package is available in Mandrake Cooker repository (search main Mandrake site for links). However, their version may not be up-to-date, so you may want to download & compile source package by yourself.


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 Re: Re: Mandrake

 
 by diaphanu on: May 14 2005
 
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Tks for your prompt reply.
I didn't find Mandrake Cooker repository and (mea culpa) I don't have a clue how to compile the source package.
So I will try to use one of the "compiled for other distros" file and, if it does not work, hope someone using Mandrake and QComicBook that knows how to compile put it available to download.


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 Re: Re: Re: Mandrake

 
 by yogin on: May 14 2005
 
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You may search for mandrake package (and also for rpms for other distros) using this search engine: http://rpm.pbone.net. I see the latest version is already available.


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 Ubuntu dependancy pr

 
 by blurymind on: May 30 2005
 
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Hi,I am sorry to bother you again.I noticed that i am not the only one with this problem in Ubuntu.I hav upgraded ubuntu installation to Hoary ,but have tried it on warty too and this is what I get at dpkg or apt-get:
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The following packages have unmet dependencies:
qcomicbook: Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.2.ds1-21) but 2.3.2.ds1-20ubuntu13 is to be installed
Depends: libqt3c102-mt (>= 3:3.3.4) but 3:3.3.3-7ubuntu3 is to be installed
E: Broken packages
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I tried with force version and installed it,but it didnt run....so as I really LOVE this app,I went googlind and found older versions on some polish(i believe) website,where i got v 0.2.0 and I again i met some dependancy problems,but i didnt have to force it,and when i executed the app it worked flawlessly,but then synaptic simply stated that the package is broken and each time i had to do apt-get,it removed it and i had to install it again.I tried to find older versions but never did.I went on searching a way to make apt ignore it as broken and found out that there are many people who want this in the next synaptic/apt release.I found a tutorial but it was for the rpm version of apt(for fc3).Please,is it possible to put a link on your website to a cvs tree with the older versions of qcomicbook.Ubuntu is like the n1 distro at the moment.Many people love this app alot.
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 Re: Ubuntu dependancy pr

 
 by raditzman on: May 31 2005
 
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Hi, I use ubuntu, and I do this:

1 - put debian unstable repositories in /etc/apt/sources.list. I use this line:
'deb http://http.us.debian.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free'
2-update apt (sudo apt-get update)
3-install the failed dependencies (sudo apt-get install whatever)
4-install the package (dpkg -i qcomicbook-version.deb)
5-remove debian repositories again
6-update apt back to normal (same as 2):)

works fine for me :)



works great!!!!


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu dependancy pr

 
 by blurymind on: May 31 2005
 
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Thanks a bunch!
Its funny how I coudnt find this at ubuntu forums.There are few other packages who had problems with versions.
At first it said that I dont have a public key,but it downloaded the needed packages and updated them effortless.

This takes care of the problem.
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I would like to report a minor bug-the last version,ubuntu/debian
here it is:
http://img101.echo.cx/img101/3796/screenshot3hy.png

and it doesnt change if i stretch the window.I know that its a small one,but bleh


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu dependancy pr

 
 by raditzman on: May 31 2005
 
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I don't get that bug. Send it to the author, I'm sure he'll appreciate it.

btw, I posted to ubuntu too the reply I gave you :)

Dan


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubun

 
 by blurymind on: May 31 2005
 
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Great!

I am very thankfull and i am sure this will help many other.


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 Warning

 
 by Aikurn on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Don't mess with libc6! You can have really big problems when updating the kernel and other important packages. Use Ubuntu's supported version of the library, and compile QComicBook yourself.
It's worth it :)


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 Re: Warning

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 22 2005
 
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...thanks ,but the warning came to late.What I did kinda messed up my kernel few days later and i had to get things to normal again(which was a pain in the neck).
Can i make a deb package for ubuntu specially?Does anyone have a tutorial for this.I heard you can use alien,but things dont come out as perfect.
I know how to compile,but how do i extract the deb package?


...and May the source be with you.. @655

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 Idea^^

 
 by blurymind on: May 30 2005
 
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Ok,I have a great idea.
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I am working as a comic book translator and I know few other people who are doing the same thing and talked with them,so here its how it goes....
When i translate a comic i have to open each page separately,erase the text and input the translated text,after that save it,etc and then zip/rar everything,this typicaly costs alot of time,no matter if i use kolourpaint,gimp or photoshop....If its not too hard to make,is it possible to add "Edit Mode" for translators,where you basically have a simple eraser and a text box,where you can input text(like the ones in kolourpaint/mspaint) and a "save changes" button.I think that these three things will make this app the ultimate for comic books...


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 Re: Idea^^

 
 by raditzman on: May 31 2005
 
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I'm not a developer or anything.... but I think that with kde, and kparts that would be possible :)) Let's hope he does that...


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 Re: Idea^^

 
 by yogin on: Jun 21 2005
 
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This is could be a nice feature. For now however I want to focus on viewing abilities and stability, so that qcomicbook would be an ultimate comicbook viewer for linux ;). I'll consider this feature in the future. Thanks for your idea.


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 Japanese mode?

 
 by smileaf on: Jun 20 2005
 
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I see it has a japanese mode but I can't figure out what it does.

when I saw that I thought that it meant that when a new image is loaded it would automatically scroll to the upper right hand corner. but I guess I was mistaken. Can this be done tho?


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 Re: Japanese mode?

 
 by yogin on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Japanese mode for now makes sense only in two-pages mode; then it swaps pages. Your suggestion is ok, I'll add scrolling to right corner in this mode. Thanks.


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 compiling in ubuntu

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 22 2005
 
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sorry to bother again.I noticed i am not the only one with this problem in Ubuntu.

When I ./configure on the tar.gz I get an error saying that I do not have a a qt installation. The author's website says you need the qt library, and links to http://www.trolltech.com/.

I downloaded tar.gz from http://www.trolltech.com/download/qt/x11.html but this crashed after a lengthy compile/install.

Can ayone shed some light on getting this program installed? I'm a Linux newb, please don't flame me too hard :)

from the other post,where we got around the deb problem,you see that that way costs problems with other libs and the kernel.


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 Re: compiling in ubuntu

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 22 2005
 
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ok,seems that i do have the developer qt package(with the headers and all),but I get this:
checking for Qt... ls: /usr/share/libqt*: No such file or directory
yes:
QT_CXXFLAGS=-I/usr/include/qt3
QT_DIR=
QT_LIBS=-L/usr/share -l -lSM -lICE -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lX11 -lXext -lXmu -lXt -lXi
QT_UIC=/usr/bin/uic
QT_MOC=/usr/bin/moc
checking correct functioning of Qt installation... failure
configure: error: Failed to find matching components of a complete
Qt installation. Try using more options,
see ./configure --help.


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 Re: Re: compiling in

 
 by yogin on: Jun 23 2005
 
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Please try to run ./configure with "--with-Qt-lib-dir=/usr/lib" option. Ubuntu is just like Debian, maybe some Debian user could shed some light?


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 Re: Re: Re: compiling in

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 24 2005
 
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its just what i did and i got this problem.I tried everything.I have to join the ubuntu forums and ask those guys.Maybe it will be a good try to go to their irc channel.


...and May the source be with you.. @655
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: compiling in

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 24 2005
 
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checking for Qt... yes:
QT_CXXFLAGS=-I/usr/include/qt3
QT_DIR=
QT_LIBS=-L/usr/lib -lqt-mt -lSM -lICE -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lX11 -lXext -lXmu -lXt -lXi
QT_UIC=/usr/bin/uic
QT_MOC=/usr/bin/moc
checking correct functioning of Qt installation... failure
configure: error: Failed to find matching components of a complete
Qt installation. Try using more options,
see ./configure --help.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by yogin on: Jun 24 2005
 
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I see a newer version of bn_have_qt autoconf macro is available (it provides qt detection); I'll include it in qcomicbook 0.2.3, maybe it helps. Anyway, if you find a solution for ubuntu, put it here or email me.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by Aikurn on: Jun 25 2005
 
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I'm a kubuntu user and I always create .deb packages of QComicBook without problems. The source is already "debianized", so you just need to do:
$dpkg-buildpackage -B -uc -us -rfakeroot
You may need to install the debhelper package first.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by blurymind on: Jun 30 2005
 
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Thanx guys,but i am still getting errors.I had to fetch the Fakeroot package,after that i get the following:

dpkg-buildpackage: source package is qcomicbook
dpkg-buildpackage: source version is 0.2.2-0
dpkg-buildpackage: source maintainer is Michal Pena (Cyb.org)
dpkg-architecture: warning: Unknown gcc system type i486-linux-gnu, falling back to default (native compilation)
dpkg-architecture: warning: Specified GNU system type i386-linux does not match gcc system type i486-linux-gnu.
dpkg-architecture: warning: Unknown gcc system type i486-linux-gnu, falling back to default (native compilation)
dpkg-architecture: warning: Specified GNU system type i386-linux does not match gcc system type i486-linux-gnu.
dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture is i386
dpkg-architecture: warning: Unknown gcc system type i486-linux-gnu, falling back to default (native compilation)
dpkg-architecture: warning: Specified GNU system type i386-linux does not match gcc system type i486-linux-gnu.
dpkg-architecture: warning: Unknown gcc system type i486-linux-gnu, falling back to default (native compilation)
dpkg-architecture: warning: Specified GNU system type i386-linux does not match gcc system type i486-linux-gnu.
fakeroot debian/rules clean
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Please,can you just make me a ubuntu/kubuntu package,i will apreciate it alot.I think that the qcomicbook package should also go straight in the ubuntu main repository and save the half of the noobs like me the pain in the neck!!



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 Re: Re: compiling in ubuntu

 
 by bodly on: Jul 2 2005
 
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The problem seems to be that they changed the name of the moc binary from moc to moc-qt3. I just did sudo ln -s /usr/bin/moc-qt3 /usr/bin/moc and that fixed it.


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