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Comic book reader - sort of
« on: February 01, 2011, 06:40:13 pm »
So I came across a way to use the dingoo as a sort of comicbook reader, and it works pretty well too. Sorry if I'm just a johnny-come-lately and everyone knows this already, but here it goes:

-get a comic book file (cbr or cbz)
-unzip to the jpg pages (just have to rename cbr to rar or cbz to zip and unzip as normal)
-save to a folder and copy folder to Pictures folder on dingoo (or anywhere you like)
-in native firmware go to Interesting Game than push B button to go up 1 level in directory
-open Pictures folder (or where ever you saved the comic folder) and select first image
-this will open the image and now you have what I consider the best pic viewer on dingoo
-use the direction pad to move the picture around freely (it's very nice and fluid movement, not choppy like the standard image viewer)
-use A to zoom in and B to zoom out, again the zooming is perfectly fluid and there is even a readout telling you at what % your currently viewing the image, it gives very detailed zooming ability
-use X to go to next page and Y to go back one page
-press up on the power button once to go back to the directory and exit viewer

so there you have it, like I said I didn't know about that until this week, and I've had the dingoo for over a year now, but don't do much picture viewing with it. I had no idea dingoo native had this sort of built-in image viewer...I'm thinking it wouldn't be very difficult to organize this all into a comic reader program for the dingoo, I don't have the skill necessary but I know many of you do



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Re: Comic book reader - sort of
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2011, 07:52:22 pm »
I was thinking of such program myself, but then again the screen is a bit too small for such purpose, not to mention screen resolution.


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Re: Comic book reader - sort of
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2011, 11:43:40 am »
just download this .sim, you can search from google and put it in the interesting game folder

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