Simple Comic 1.7 Beta 252
- LICENSE TYPE:
- MIT License
- FILE SIZE:
- 3.2 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Dancing Tortoise Software
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Read, display and browse through your comics with the help of the predefined hotkeys
Simple Comic comes with an intuitive interface that provides you quick and easy access to all the tools and features you need to effortlessly read and browse through your favorite comics. Thus, the top toolbar enables you to easily turn pages, change the page order along with the page layout and page scaling.
In addition, you can enable or disable the Thumbnail Exposé mode and enter the full screen mode with just a click of a mouse button. On top of that you can enable the Loupe tool by pressing the right button of your mouse in order to zoom in certain areas of the comic.
Scale pages, zoom in and set comic icon with ease
By accessing the File menu, you can set the current page as icon, capture the page or remove the page with a few keystrokes. Thanks to the intuitive keyboard shortcuts you can hide or shoe the toolbar and status bar, change the page order, adjust the image scaling and the page layout.
The above mentioned Thumbnail Exposé and Image Loupe features can also be enabled via hotkeys. Moreover, you can zoom in or out, reset the zoom and rotate the page left or right.
Change page order, adjust layout and customize Simple Comic according to your preferences
The Go menu helps you jump to the previous or following page, jump to a specific page or skip to the first or last page. Just like any other functions provided by Simple Comic, these features can be used with the help of the predefined keyboard shortcuts.
Simple Comic’s Preferences window helps you set the default page order and scale type, change the background color and decide how the pages are scaled. The page scaling can be constrained by resolution and the windows can be automatically resized to maximize the reading area.
Simple Comic was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on May 5th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Universal Binary)