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Software News   Software News : RNOComics - a comic book reader
   posted by jPV on 6-Sep-2017 4:57:30 (271 reads)
RNOComics is a comic book archive viewer that can open almost any archive file, or a directory with unarchived images, and display the images in it in a GUI designed to read comics.

It is available now for MorphOS and OS4.

- Supports CBR, CBZ, CBT, and any other archiving format XAD supports
- Unarchives images on the fly, no HD space or memory wasted
- Read ahead cache for the next page
- Can continue to the next archive file in a directory with a single command
- Can open directories with unarchived images and work as an image viewer
- MUI GUI with controls as buttons, menu items, and keyboard shortcuts
- Three different layout options: fit width, single page, and double page
- Fullscreen mode option
- Zoom option displays comic's pages at their intended maximum resolution
- Rotate options for portrait mode making viewing/reading easier
- History window with front page thumbnails and page memory
- Backwards reading options for manga comics
- Can save and export images
- Can create thumbnail icons for archives (MorphOS)
- Gamma correction options
- Drag & drop loading
- ARexx support

Please visit the RNOComics homepage for download links.

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Re: RNOComics - a comic book reader
Posted on 10-Sep-2017 14:41:32
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And I forgot to mention in the news item that this program is made with Hollywood :)

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Re: RNOComics - a comic book reader
Posted on 24-Sep-2017 12:05:17
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Why no History section? (Not even in the extensive ReadMe/Manual shown on OS4Depot!)

I want to know what has changed, because that would be my main motivation whether to download/update/try it (again) or not. Well, I download it, but it may just sit in my download folder for days/months, since I don't know of any good reason why I should install & try it again...

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Re: RNOComics - a comic book reader
Posted on 24-Sep-2017 15:03:16
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Why no History section? (Not even in the extensive ReadMe/Manual shown on OS4Depot!)

Because this is the first (initial) release, nothing has changed yet! :)

Last edited by jPV on 24-Sep-2017 at 03:23 PM.

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Re: RNOComics - a comic book reader
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Hi, is an AROS i386 version planned as well? Since it's made in Hollywood, it shouldn't be very difficult to build an AROS version as well.

thanks and kind regards

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