Best overall image viewer?

Discussion in 'CycloDS' started by nintennuendo, Mar 12, 2008.

Mar 12, 2008
  1. nintennuendo
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    Newcomer nintennuendo Advanced Member

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    Moonshell doesn't resize so they fit in the window, and I don't want to resize manually. ImgView wants me to convert them beforehand. Is there something that reads my jpgs and pngs and resizes so they fit the window? Preferably with zooming options?
     
  2. DanTheManMS

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    If you don't want to pre-package your images, Moonshell is as good as it gets. Use the single-screen mode with software filtering for the best quality, and zoom in and out with X and Y.

    DSOrganize shows a thumbnail of the image on the bottom screen with a zoomed-in portion on top so you can use the touchscreen to navigate around the image, but it has issues with larger images.

    My personal favorite is ComicBook DS, which does require you to pre-package the images, but in my eyes it's worth it. Several viewing modes, dual-screen support, continuous zoom, good interface, etc. I still use Moonshell often, but if there's a set of images I know I want to have on the DS for a while, I choose ComicBook DS every time.

    Since the official website no longer offers downloads, here are some mirrors of the most important files:
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/ComicBookDS_V3.0.zip
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/ComicB...S_Only_V2.2.zip - for those who want the older version
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/PictoDS_linux_2.1.0.zip
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/PictoDS_mac_2.1.0.zip
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/PictoDS_win32_2.1.0.zip
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/ComicB...iginal_V1.0.zip
    http://danthemanms2.googlepages.com/ComicB...evious_V1.0.zip
     

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