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Old 08-03-2013, 03:26 AM   #1
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Comic Book Reader

Anyone know of a comic book reader that will allow one to drag an image out of the book into a directory. Preferably Linux, but Windows OK if it works under Wine

Or failing that to save an image to a directory - Honeyview does this, but its Windows, would prefer native Linux

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I've only used qcomicbook on my Linux system, and it has a "Save page as..." menu item which opens a file selector. I still use an ancient window manager without drag'n'drop functionality, so I don't know if it works that way or not.
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I've only used qcomicbook on my Linux system, and it has a "Save page as..." menu item which opens a file selector. I still use an ancient window manager without drag'n'drop functionality, so I don't know if it works that way or not.
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Thanks I'll give it a try

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