ComicRack Development Visualization
Following is a visualization of me working on ComicRack for Windows in the last 5 years. It basically shows all the edits and additions to the ComicRack source code. And yes the little marathon man in the middle is me :)
If you want, you can show being impressed by clicking on the donation button at the top left.
These donations will help keep the little green man running in the coming years :)
ComicRack 0.9.163 released
This is a bug fix and maintenance release.
For the full list of changes, see the change log. To comment about this version just head over to the User Forum.
As always, please try to use the Torrent download to save resources on this server.
ComicRack comes with a lot of language packs out of the box. But as ComicRack is a rather fast evolving application, some of these packs are a bit out of date right now.
Thanks to all the people who have invested their time making these packs and maybe some new ones helping to bring them up to date.
ComicRack 0.9.162 released
Again, a maintenance release with some new features.
The main new feature is an option to display all thumbnails in the browser as single page with the same size. If turned on, this gives a nice grid layout of your books. The sync dialog now gives detailed information about what is actually happening.
Changes in the Free Android version
Today I released new versions of ComicRack for Android. They introduce much better bookmark navigation, a GotoPage function and lots of other small fixes.
It also introduces a new 100 book USB sync limit for the Free Version. I know that there will be people complaining about this and I do understand their feelings. But what is the reason behind this change?
In the next 2-3 months CRIOS (ComicRack for iOS) will be released. There is no free version planed for iOS.
So to level the playing field with the Android version, where currently the free version is basically the same as the Full Version except of some annoying ads, I decided to introduce this limitation. I thought long and hard about what limit is best and settled for 100 books. This should be enough for your daily commute or even your weekend trip.
Also, this limit is just for synchronization.
You can still copy as many books manually to the device, scan them into the library and read them with ComicRack.
ComicRack 0.9.161 released
This is a maintenance release with some new features.
The Catalog field Released Date has been added. This is meant for the date the book was actually in the store (the published date is normally a few months in the future).
The Device Dialog for synchronizing your mobile device has now an option to only displayed checked lists and also has some new commands to copy setups between devices.
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