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ComicInfo.xml as a regular file 3 years 2 days ago #41136

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Hi. I tried to find this answer in the forums but got nothing.

Is there a way to move ComicInfo.xml from the secondary stream to a regular file inside the cbz?
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ComicInfo.xml as a regular file 3 years 2 days ago #41147

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There is a setting in Comicrack preferences under the Advanced area to allow writing to the file.
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ComicInfo.xml as a regular file 3 years 1 day ago #41152

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I think that option allows CR to write the XML in the secondary stream of the file, not inside the zip. At least that is the behavior I am getting in my system.
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ComicInfo.xml as a regular file 2 years 11 months ago #41176

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Hi, it definitely CAN be done. I do it. For the best description, have a look at the manual, it explains all the steps to do it (convert to cbz, allow writing to files...)
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ComicInfo.xml as a regular file 2 years 11 months ago #41257

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I understand the rational behind having a separate file, but wouldn't using the built-in comment function of the various ZIP libraries have been less cumbersome?
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