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My old manga archive

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Hi, before I found this program, I already had a manga archive. After I downloaded this program, I tried adding my archives to the Manga Archive folder so I didn't have to re-download everything, but it didn't work. That was probably because it can't read .png or .jpg files. So I was thinking that maybe you can add a program that links a .miza to a folder in the archive, and then the folder in the archive will have the same name as the .miza. In the folder will be sub folders of chapters, and when I click on the image in the library, it'll instantly lead me to the first image in the first subfolder of the folder. Then when I next the arrow key, it'll go to the second and so forth. And at the last image in that first subfolder, when I hit next, it'll just jump to the 1st image in the second subfolder of the folder. So for example, in the picture attached, when I click on the pic of Full Metal Alchemist, the first picture opened will be the 1st picture in the subfolder fanart showcase, and when I reach the last picture in that folder, it'll automatically jump to the 1st picture in the next subfolder, full_metal_alchemist_1-50 and so on.When you have the time, can you try to add an option that allows people to read their old archives on this? Sorry I'm kind of long-winded and the way I write things may be a bit confusing. Thanks for your time.

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Closed Aug 5, 2015 at 9:46 PM by ProbCaboose
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Tsuki wrote Mar 11, 2013 at 4:25 AM

So for example, in the picture attached, when I click on the pic of Full Metal Alchemist, the first picture opened will be the 1st picture in the subfolder fanart showcase, and when I reach the last picture in that folder, it'll automatically jump to the 1st picture in the next subfolder, full_metal_alchemist_1-50 and so on.

wrote Mar 11, 2013 at 4:27 AM

ProbCaboose wrote Mar 11, 2013 at 4:57 AM

I'll look in to it. I'm going to be re-writing a few parts of the application in the future when my free time becomes free again.

Tsuki wrote Mar 13, 2013 at 3:05 AM

Thanks. This is the best manga reading application I've seen for a computer.

wrote Aug 5, 2015 at 9:46 PM