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152 No. 152 [Edit]
What software do you use to read manga? I just use Microsoft Office Picture Manager, but I've been looking for something better lately.
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>> No. 153 [Edit]

I hear a lot about others, but I like being able to customize it so much and that it can open from .rar and all that.
>> No. 154 [Edit]
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Mangameeya user here. It can do pretty much anything, like adjusting crappy scans that are full of double pages like these to read only one page at a time from right to left.
>> No. 155 [Edit]
I second this.
>> No. 156 [Edit]
I use CDisplay...
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The problem I have with CDisplay is that (in my experience) loading the files are much slower and since it doesn't have a convenient seekbar, you have to manually flip over page by page to get to a certain page you're trying to find.
>> No. 159 [Edit]
>>153 Here
I used that for quite a while, honestly, but I remember it taking so long for it to load up and freeze on me. Haven't had a problem with MM yet.

Still, if it works fine, then it doesn't matter, right?
>> No. 160 [Edit]
I've always used CDisplay. I've never had any problems with it.

I'd be eager to try MangaMeeya though, since it has a good reputation.
>> No. 161 [Edit]
ACDSee. I use an old version (3.1), but it surprisingly works just fine on windows 7 for being developed in 2000. it can't do fancy things like view from rar's and stuff, but it works just fine for full-screen viewing.

I can upload the ISO if you're interested.
>> No. 162 [Edit]
I'm quite interested, if you did that I'd try it out.
>> No. 164 [Edit]
there you go

it's got a few features like a basic editor and can view into .zips and stuff

but remember this: it's old. so it has problems with optimized gifs and can't view APNG's, but with what you're using it for, you shouldn't run into those problems
>> No. 165 [Edit]
Thanks, I'm dling it right now.
>> No. 166 [Edit]
I use Quivi. Don't know if its good, but it works and I'm used to it.
>> No. 168 [Edit]
CDisplay. It gets the job done. I've never had any problems with it, either.
>> No. 175 [Edit]
Another vote for Quivi. Could use some more features, but it's simple and open-source.
>> No. 176 [Edit]
I've tried using CDisplay but that thing more often then not randomizes the images, and I don't care for how it zooms in all the way into images.
Maybe I'm just doing something wrong, I don't know.
>> No. 177 [Edit]
Hit 'c' or go into the configure menu, and you'll be able to fit the page-to-screen.
>> No. 178 [Edit]
I use Honeyview and I can't complain.
>> No. 179 [Edit]

With UniCode plugin. So it can open japanese filenames.
>> No. 224 [Edit]
Comix. Fast, easy to use and runs on Linux.
>> No. 232 [Edit]
That's what I've been using since switching to this OS, it works pretty well really.
>> No. 240 [Edit]
Universal Viewer. I'd be impressed if anyone here has ever heard of it. Anyway, it's just an enhanced Total Commander image viewer which you can tweak however you want.
>> No. 244 [Edit]
I read all my manga online, so Firefox.
>> No. 256 [Edit]
IrfanView here. Or sometimes just read with Firefox itself when I'm browsing a site.
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I really like CDisplay. It's fast, displays two pages at a time, and it's easy to save your place and come back later.
>> No. 283 [Edit]
Another mangameeya user right here. I used cdisplay before and I can never go back. The images load a lot more quickly and mm never freezes either.
>> No. 286 [Edit]
I use a program called Comics Viewer. It's simple but great, and has quite a lot of nice options.
>> No. 301 [Edit]
I open all the pages in a given chapter in tabs in Firefox. This is made quite easy with the Multi Links extension. I then go fullscreen and ctrl+tab my way to victory.

Might have to check this MangaMeeya thing out though.
>> No. 324 [Edit]
I kept getting error messages with CDisplay so I decided to look for something else. I tried honeyview, CDisplayEX (AWFUL), and a few other popular ones. They all had something about them that I did not like. Then my very last choice ended up sticking -- MangaMeeya -- it's basically CDisplay but with much faster page loading, and an entire heap of customization options. So yeah, if you're using CDisplay now, I'd recommend a upgrade to MangaMeeya, it has everything you liked about CDisplay + faster page loading and extensive customization options.
>> No. 505 [Edit]
I have used MangaMeeya and it was good to use, but after changing my mouse and installing it's driver, i couldn't use slide function on MangaMeeya. I tried to solve the problem but couln't. Then i changed to Honeyview and problem solved. Both of then are good and they never gave me any major problem. I recommend both of them.
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I found a new founded project,looks interesting.
>> No. 741 [Edit]
Right click + preview.
>> No. 749 [Edit]
Windows Photo Viewer or I just use my FF browser.
>> No. 3096 [Edit]
Tachiyomi on android.
>> No. 3097 [Edit]
When I read on my PC it was CDisplay, but for the last 4 years or so I've read almost exclusively on my tablet and with PerfectView.
>> No. 3099 [Edit]
Pretty sure this was my post. Hasn't changed.

CDisplay. It gets the job done.

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