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Stacking Bugs 4 years 10 months ago #27812

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It doesn't stack comics with "v" e.g. v01, etc. in the title, had to manually rename them all just to stack

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edit: I posted wrong, this should be in the Android section.

edit2: The app also doesn't stack comics due to different capitalization of some titles (seriously?)
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29474

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In version 1.67 free (running on nexus 7 with android 4.2.1) this bug is still present.
If name of archive isn't exactly the same as folder in it, comic doesn't appear in library.
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29480

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xzbachan wrote:
It doesn't stack comics with "v" e.g. v01, etc. in the title, had to manually rename them all just to stack

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edit: I posted wrong, this should be in the Android section.

edit2: The app also doesn't stack comics due to different capitalization of some titles (seriously?)

Each volume creates a new stack. This is by design and makes sense for western comics. I may make this optional in the future.

Capitalization should not introduce any problems in the 1.67.
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29481

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Vnenczek wrote:
In version 1.67 free (running on nexus 7 with android 4.2.1) this bug is still present.
If name of archive isn't exactly the same as folder in it, comic doesn't appear in library.

Can you give me an example of a filename that does not work or show up in the library?
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29484

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archive "The Uncanny X-Men #060.cbr" with folder "The Uncanny X-Men #060" shows up.
archive "The Uncanny X-Men #067.cbr" with folder "Uncanny X-Men-V1-067" doesn't show up.

There is no problem with second archive in Comix (Linux) or Perfect Viewer (Android).
When I try to open second archive in ComicRack from ES File Explorer I have error: "Failed to open eComic!".
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29485

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cYo wrote:
xzbachan wrote:
It doesn't stack comics with "v" e.g. v01, etc. in the title, had to manually rename them all just to stack

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edit: I posted wrong, this should be in the Android section.

edit2: The app also doesn't stack comics due to different capitalization of some titles (seriously?)

Each volume creates a new stack. This is by design and makes sense for western comics. I may make this optional in the future.

Capitalization should not introduce any problems in the 1.67.

Please add the option for not separating volumes, will be much appreciated.
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29516

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1.68 didn't fix my problem.
I saved logs from opening archives and take screenshot.

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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29519

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I did not look into the folder/comic problem with 1.68
The no stack for different volumes option will come in a future version.
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29528

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cYo wrote:
The no stack for different volumes option will come in a future version.
The change in 1.68 messed up stacking altogether when you have volume information. A stack is created for every available volume (i.e Bleach V1, Bleach V2, ..., Bleach V30), as you are probably aware, and is really horrible to use. The Windows version does not do this kind of stacking, as it does not show the volume on the stack. Instead, the Windows version shows the volume after you open a series stack (i.e. Bleach V1 #1) whereas Android does not show the volume at all (i.e. Bleach #1). Couldn't you match Windows behaviour for the Android version (no volume on series listing, volume on detail listing) because that makes sense for every use case?
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Re: Stacking Bugs 4 years 8 months ago #29567

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Is there any way to revert to an older version? 'Cause I don't read many western comics and I have 50 GB worth of manga that I regularly move back and forth to my Android device, and normally, the stacks worked great, but now, I've got 4 series on my Android device and 23 stacks, which is, in a word, atrocious. "Future version" makes it sound like this is not exactly a priority, so I'd rather just go back to an earlier version that has the functionality I originally paid for and just ignore the updates.
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