[v3.18] ComicsViewer – Designed as comic images browser

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ComicsViewer is an image browser designed for browsing cartoon pictures with ease, developed by Jian Ma (马健) from China. It comes with many special comic functions, is small, fast, portable and free.

Compared with the big-size, rich-function commercial software, such as ACDSee, ComicsViewer focuses on the electronic comic reading, with some convenient functions, such as tone adjustment, one-touch browsing, etc. Supports multiple common image formats, and allows to read files in the compressed package directly.

Beginners can use bookmark, field protection, one-touch browsing functions and so on to get more convenience than ACDSee; For veterans, they can use the image enhancement display technology which ACDSee does not have to obtain the most perfect display effects.

At present,  ComicsViewer supports JPG, UFO, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, TON, WMP, PDG formats, besides, it also allows to read image files from the ZIP file (CBZ), RAR file (CBR) directly, and don’t need to generate temporary files.

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v3.18 2.55 MB

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