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Old 12-20-2003, 06:33 AM   #1
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Question Software to read manga(comics)

I'm looking for an application that will make it easier to read manga(Japanese comic) scans on my linux box. I need something that can go full screen(maximized is OK too) and have a button/key i can press to go to the next image file without having to close out and open the next image.

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pixie plus is great, and does just what you want.


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