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digitalmars.D.announce - YAWR2 v1.0.1, webcomic reader written in D and SDL

reply Downs <default_357-line yahoo.de> writes:
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YAWR is a webcomic reader written in D and SDL. It can help you keep
track of new strips on your favorite webcomics.
The current version YAWR2 is a full rewrite of the
C++/FLTK based original.

http://yawr.sourceforge.net/
Screen: http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=165812

Features include:
 * one-click/one-key updating of all active comics (F5)
 * Sort by strips, unread or name
 * Support UTF16, Chunked transfer encoding and Persistent Connections
 * Easily extensible via a simple regex syntax (thanks std.regexp)
 * Custom scripting language (Nutterscript) for more complicated pages
 * Custom GUI written in SDL
 * Precaching of strips while reading
 * Hotlink Prevention Bypassing (please only use for hosting sites)
 * Type part of the name of a strip to select it.
   * If more than one strip matches, press Return to cycle through them.

In place of a README:
  Press +/- to display/hide individual strips.
  Click on a strip to load it.
  Use the arrow keys (left/right) to navigate.
  If the image is bigger than the YAWR window, the arrow keys pan it.
    In that case, use the Page Up/Down keys to switch images.
  Press F5 for update.
  Click on "[number] active/available" to show active/available comics.
    Available comics are not updated with F5.
  If in Available mode, press the "A" button on a comic
    to add it to the Active list, "U" to manually update.
  If in Active mode, press the "X" button on a comic
    to remove it from the Active list, "U" to manually update.
  On Windows, you can use F7 to copy the current comic's URL
    to the clipboard. Start yawr with "-c" to show the
    console/log window.
  Colors:
    Red   = Plugin broken. Will not be saved.
    Green = New page available.

That's it! Have fun!
 --downs
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Sep 16 2007
parent reply "Saaa" <empty needmail.com> writes:
Ah looks nice!
Kinda missing white ninja comics though ;)

And could it be possible to center the picture when its smaller then the 
frame?
Sep 17 2007
parent reply Downs <default_357-line yahoo.de> writes:
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Saaa wrote:
 Ah looks nice!
 Kinda missing white ninja comics though ;)
 
 And could it be possible to center the picture when its smaller then the 
 frame?
 
 

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Sep 19 2007
parent reply "Saaa" <empty needmail.com> writes:
Could I make two more requests :)

Scroll mouse support
'stretch if frame is bigger than image' toggle.

That way I can watch my comics from farther away

 Done and done.
 I'll push 1.0.2 in an hour or so. Look for it on sourceforge.
 (center mode is toggled with alt-c)

Sep 20 2007
parent Downs <default_357-line yahoo.de> writes:
Saaa wrote:
 Could I make two more requests :)
 
 Scroll mouse support

works here. If it doesn't work on your end, that's a SDL failure.
 'stretch if frame is bigger than image' toggle.

--downs, who lost his keypair ;_; stupid messing with system scripts
Sep 23 2007