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Save comics info in the folder 9 years 9 months ago #739

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How it's seen dificult manage the comicinfo inside the comics why the comicrack don't creat a file in each folder with the info of the comics?
That way the comicrack could read the comic's info in external drives, like cd's and dvd's.


PS: Sorry my bad english
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Re:Save comics info in the folder 9 years 9 months ago #797

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Isn't this already available?
Look at File /'Save eComic as' or CTRL + S.

First you create your nfo-file manually or via the fine script of
Wadegiles.
Then CTRL+S (per comic).
And voila you have you're nfo in you're CBZ-file.
There are some other formats such as the creation of a JPEG-folder but I don't use that myself.

Have fun with the testing.
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Re:Save comics info in the folder 9 years 9 months ago #798

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I think he means to ask:

"Could we have the option to configure ComicRack such that it would reference a separately saved but identically named XML file. To such a file, ComicRack would use this file as the source of field information instead of the other two methods: xml stored via alternate data stream or a ComicInfo.xml file stored inside the eComic file."

But that's just my interpretation. I could be wrong about what he means.
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Re:Save comics info in the folder 9 years 9 months ago #800

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my english isn't very good, sorry.
my thought is a file in the folder or a easy way of put the comicinfo inside the comic and the hability of comicinfo of read this information inside medias, like cd's and dvd's
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