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2005-03-xx: 0.1.6 -- thumbnails view
-- page contents scrolling with mouse (LMB + move)
-- PageUp/PageDown keys reversed
-- scrolling up/down with mouse wheel now requires
an extra wheel move to flip page
-- scaling page buttons are toggle-buttons now to
indicate active scaling
-- toolbar position is saved now
-- cleanups in directory and archive handling code
-- fixed possible crash on errors when opening
comic book
2005-03-07: 0.1.5 -- image caching
-- page preloading
-- built-in help browser
-- new scaling option - best fit
-- man page added (from debian project subdirectory)
-- page scaling setting is saved/restored
-- fixed bug with recently opened files - most
recently opened file is on the top
-- fixed crash on empty archive/directory
-- internal improvements and small bugfixes
2005-02-03: 0.1.4 -- fixed bug with command line arguments parsing
-- fixed drawing bugs
-- real fullscreen mode - menu may be hidden if desired
(see config dialog)
-- ESC key quits fullscreen mode
-- space / backspace keys jump by visible
contents height now, instead of whole page;
improved continuous scrolling
-- jump to page... window is now modal
-- basic errors handling
-- binary name and default icons directory changed
from qcomic to qcomicbook
-- debian subdirectory added
2005-01-23: 0.1.3 -- new option, 'jump to page' - just press 1..9 key
-- archive/directory to open may be given as argument
to qcomicbook
-- fixed bug with loading bookmarks containg spaces
-- fixed bug with 'unrar' not working (when no 'rar'
command found)
-- fixed keyboard focus bug
-- internal function for searching rar/unrar/unzip
executables used instead of system('which ..')
-- other minor bugfixes
2005-01-20: 0.1.2 -- 'recently opened' submenu added
-- bookmarks added
-- configurable background color
-- page is centered horizontally/vertically if it is
smaller than window
-- previously opened directory is preserved in open
archive/directory file dialogs
-- optional toolbar with essential actions added
-- gif and xpm files are accepted now
-- added 'All files' filter for 'open archive' dialog
-- settings dialog added
-- settings are kept in ~/.qcomicbook directory instead of
-- comicbook info dialog; reading of .nfo and
file_id.diz files
2005-01-10: 0.1.1 -- 'two pages' mode
-- continuous scrolling option added (affects
keyboard and mouse wheel scrolling)
-- menu icons added
-- keyboard shortcuts for archive/dir open added
-- fixed image scaling bug
-- fixed crash on 'last page' when no comicbook
-- PageUp/PageDown keys for next/previous page added
-- window geometry and preferences saving
-- opened archive/directory name is shown on window border
-- some internal improvements
2005-01-07: 0.1.0 -- initial release
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Installation Instructions
Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 Free
Software Foundation, Inc.
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QComicBook v0.1.6
(c)by Pawel Stolowski 2005
released under terms of GNU General Public License v2
1. Introduction
QComicBook is a viewer for comic book archives containing
jpeg/png/xpm/gif images, which aims at convenience and simplicity.
Features include: automatic decompression, full-screen mode, two-pages
viewing, page scaling, mouse or keyboard navigation etc.
2. Requirements
QComicBook requires Qt library version 3.3.3. It *may* work with earlier
versions (from 3.x family), but it was not tested. You will also need
unzip and rar (or unrar) somewhere in your path to handle archives.
3. Installation
To compile QComicBook, you will need Qt developement package (Qt
headers, usually named -devel- in many distros). Compilation include
three steps:
./configure --prefix=/usr/local
make install
Debian users should add "--with-Qt-lib-dir=/usr/lib" option to the
first step.
4. Bugs
Please report any bugs to: Ideas are welcome too!
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Michal Pena ( - for testing, bugfixes, debian package and man page
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- docbook help/docs
- QImage::load test
- cbb, cbg archives support
- image zooming and rotating
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