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Old 09-11-2012, 01:37 PM   #178
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Originally Posted by Ilogis View Post
It means when I open Komic, it is always in portrait mode, even if I used landscape last time. I hope you can change that.
I want scroll value to be higher, one press and I can go to the bottom of the page. It will be great if I can change the default value and Komic remembers it.

One more thing, in all versions, Komic often automatically quit after a few hundred pages of reading, I wonder if it is only my problem.
I wonder if it is so annoying to switch to landscape mode.
Anyway, I think it could be possible to do it. I will need some shell scripting+javascript.

As regards the default value of scroll, once again it could be possible to set it in option menu.

Finally, I rarely have the force close problem. It seems to be related to memory usage as I get it when viewing big images.
I remember that appreg.db has some entries related to memory limit, but I don't remember if it is related to WAFs (so that I can alter it).
As you can see, Komic is now a huge WAF and, day after day, I realize WAFs are not designed to be like komic is...

Anyway, yesterday I tried to remove the unload policy in appreg.db (unloadOnPause): it works as expected keeping Komic open when pressing home button.
This, anyway, gives lots of problem with memory, so it is useless (IMHO).
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