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Simple Comic Reviews1.7

10 July 2019

Comic viewer.

Norebirth
13 November 2007
Version: 1.6.1

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Great App! It's the best Comic Viewer! Easy to use and the support is great! Asking for 3 or 4 features and the answer came at the same day. The features in 2! Perfect!
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Albabe
30 October 2019
Version: 1.7
Sorry to give such a great client such a crappy review, but the Dev still hasn't fixed the main Problem that his last Update created. I get "multiple validation errors occurred" almost every time I try to open a new file.
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Albabe
24 January 2019
Version: 1.7 RC2
Version 1.7 (252) (not R2) has been released!
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Leesa
14 September 2018
Version: 1.7 RC2
Great ap... but I'mm assuming since the last update was 2010, it won't work in 54 bit Mojave?
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Fontgoddess
27 May 2016
Version: 1.7 RC2
My first-choice app for reading comics.
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Quirop-Pa
05 July 2015
Version: 1.7 RC2
Simple y muy práctico. Perfecto.
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bb553
24 June 2015
Version: 1.7 RC2
It gives an update available message: A new version of Simple Comic is available! Simple Comic 1.7 is available - you have Simple Comic 1.7 RC2. Would you like to download it now? Release Notes: arauchfuss@dancingtortoise.com Simple Comic 1.7 10.5+ only Changes since 1.6 • 64bit • New icon courtesy of Martin Andersson • Redesigned User Interface • Customizable toolbar • Dock style, auto-hiding fullscreen bezel • Simplified preferences • Quicklook plugin for cbz and cbr files • Create and soft crop thumbnail icons for cbz,zip,cbr, and rar archives • Extract individual pages • Option to open nested archives • Can view text release notes (.txt, .nfo, .info) • Many other fixes and improvements which then gives: Update Error! An error occurred while downloading the update. Please try again later.
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ApplesGuy
05 March 2015
Version: 1.7
The best stable feature rich simplistic digital comic book reader for the Mac! I bought the Humble Transformers Bundle 2 and was looking for a good comic reader for my Transformers digital comics and found this! I read bad things about ComicBook Lover being unstable and not working with Mac OS X Mavericks -- I am running Mac OS X Yosemite and I found Simple Comic and read good things about this program. Even though it is free, I donated money to support the developer and as a way to say thank you. Please consider donating to the author/programmer of Simple Comic and support good quality software on the Mac.
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Derekcurrie
01 May 2014
Version: 1.7
The link goes to a broken server page. :-(
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Jazzyguy
11 December 2013
Version: 1.7
This is a GREAT comic viewer.I agree with Mutant. It is fantastic and shows the comics you have accurately.
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plenumgmailcom1771
10 July 2013
Version: 1.7
it's one of those programs that you never notice because it always does what it's supposed to, and nothing less, or more.
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Ghostlines
11 August 2012
Version: 1.7
App is great, I recommend this to anyone who want's to read comics easily. Donate!
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herrokitty
27 August 2011
Version: 1.7
is there a way to turn of the mouse icon magnifying feature while in fullscreen mode? Love the app, all help appreciated, thanks :)
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Mutant
05 May 2011
Version: 1.7
Without a doubt in my mind I think this is the finest comic viewer available on a mac. I specifically say VIEWER because that's its job. It doesn't download, manage, ituneify, or promote.. It simply handles the job of viewing comics -- AND MORE -- with ease and simplicity. In PathFinder I can use SimpleView to browse directories of images with a couple of clicks, drag a compressed file onto SimpleCOmic and it will find all the things it can view and you are off. Hats off to this developer for such an amazing free application. Thank you.
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nymphe
29 November 2009
Version: 1.7 beta
Really good viewer. My only complain would be the changed icon. The previous black/white icon was better than this one, maybe it can be optional.. Of course it is only a small point compared to the viewer itself. One of the few programs I keep in dock. :)
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Sharkiest
11 July 2009
Version: 1.7b220
I like it a lot! My only suggestion is that when viewing the two page spread, there be a small break between the two pages. Make it easier to distinguish where one page ends and the other begins.
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Toolplayerfan
08 January 2009
Version: 1.7b206
Great app right here! One suggestion: black background on fullscreen view instead of white.
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Starchie
24 July 2008
Version: 1.7b188
Total newb to e-comics. Just downloaded my first .cbr file and am very pleased with this program. It follows the OSX look and is very simple/elegant. I am hitting the LATER button for now, but will definitely donate if I use it more than a few times. Kudos!
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Fet
11 April 2008
Version: 1.6.1
SimpleComics is the best cbr/cbz reader for OS X. It is fast and simple, but there is one thing I need to change: the Default page layaout is two pages and I want it to be just one. Everytime I open SimpleComics 1.6.1 it goes back to "two pages" (so i have tho press Cmd+P). Can I change it permanently? Thanks,
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Frode
12 December 2007
Version: 1.6.1
How on earth do you actually view a comic? I see no instructions whatsoever, no way of typing in a website, no way of setting up your daily list of comics.
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Norebirth
13 November 2007
Version: 1.6.1
Great App! It's the best Comic Viewer! Easy to use and the support is great! Asking for 3 or 4 features and the answer came at the same day. The features in 2! Perfect!
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Master-Therion
23 October 2007
Version: 1.5.4
Very good. I see it's best
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Booloo
22 October 2007
Version: 1.5.4
For me, the best application for reading comics. And the updates are consistent. Thanks to the developer.
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Jeffne-Schelin
06 October 2007
Version: 1.5.2
Simply the best of its kind out there. Very fast and intuitive. I have been using this program for over six months now and it's getting better and better with each releases. Thanks the developer for providing us with such a great software!
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Kioshi
12 July 2007
Version: 1.3.1
Almost perfect. Only thing missing is more keyboard shortcuts like in CDisplay for Windows.
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anonymous-aardvark-2081
04 May 2007
Version: 1.2.1
I've just downloaded and tested a couple of comic book viewers and this one is currently the front runner. It's simple and unlike some other apps, (jomic), it's not a resource hog. It loads the comics very fast and it lets you click through the different pages quickly too.
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Arauchfuss
01 March 2007
Version: 0.9b
I actually was not intending to release 0.9b to the front page. It should be fine but has not been tested extensively.
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Arauchfuss
10 February 2007
Version: 0.8.1
Apologies for 0.8.0, it contained several nasty crashers that should never have seen the light of day. 0.8.1 should fix most if not all of the problems that people had. Image zooming has been restored as well. Email me any archives that fail to load or crash Simple Comic.
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Guynamedaleck
09 February 2007
Version: 0.8
What happened to the zoom. You used to be able to press command and + or - to zoom in and out of the page, but that doesn't work anymore. What happened? Did they just forget to put that back in?
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Coldfusion1970
30 June 2006
Version: 0.7.0
Great application, it works very nicely. But there are some suggestions that i would like to make. 1) It would be nice if you could click to change to the next page (especially in fullscreen mode). 2) Also it would be nice to be able to close a comic in fullscreen mode by doing +. At the moment it looks like you have to leave fullscreen mode and then find the "Page List" window to clear the comic. 3) It would be great if you could zoom in/out while in fullscreen mode. 4) Why does it beep if i press the up or down keys on the numeric keypad to scroll up or down the comic page? 5) At the moment you have to press + to change page. Just the would be nicer. Feel free to ignore my suggestions as they may just be my personal preference rather than really practical for the vast majority. Sean
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