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guides:tips_tricks [2011/08/24 18:13]
OsirisNeits [Network Sharing]
guides:tips_tricks [2017/12/17 08:27] (current)
64.255.143.229 [Tips & Tricks]
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 ====== Tips & Tricks ====== ====== Tips & Tricks ======
 ComicRack is a massive piece of software with many little features hidden away. Here are guides on how to find and use these little features. ComicRack is a massive piece of software with many little features hidden away. Here are guides on how to find and use these little features.
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 +This is a shit program.
 ===== Duplicate Finder ===== ===== Duplicate Finder =====
 {{ :​images:​duplicates.png?​170|View Menu}}ComicRack includes a built-in duplicate finder to find those pesky duplicate entries. Find it in the View menu or press Alt+F10 {{ :​images:​duplicates.png?​170|View Menu}}ComicRack includes a built-in duplicate finder to find those pesky duplicate entries. Find it in the View menu or press Alt+F10
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 Both computers MUST be set to the same time and Time Zone in order to share your library on a LAN. Both computers MUST be set to the same time and Time Zone in order to share your library on a LAN.
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-If sharing over the Internet:**+**If sharing over the Internet:**
 If the computer sharing the library is behind a router, you will need to go to the Router configuration,​ to a section called "Port Forwarding"​ (or similar, varies across brands), and create a new port forwarding for the port 7612 TCP, so that the External port 7612 is forwarded to the IP of the computer sharing the library. Check out [[http://​portforward.com|portforward.com]] for guides on how to forward a port in many different brands of routers If the computer sharing the library is behind a router, you will need to go to the Router configuration,​ to a section called "Port Forwarding"​ (or similar, varies across brands), and create a new port forwarding for the port 7612 TCP, so that the External port 7612 is forwarded to the IP of the computer sharing the library. Check out [[http://​portforward.com|portforward.com]] for guides on how to forward a port in many different brands of routers
  

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