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Bookmarks ComicRack™ contains features for bookmarking your comic books at any (and any number of) page(s) that you wish. A page can be bookmarked using the Set Bookmark option, which can be found here: • Reader window: From the Bookmarks sub-menu in the Reader context menu (after right-clicking any open page) • Info dialog: Right-click on any page in the Pages tab • Edit menu: From the Bookmarks sub-menu 1

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Bookmarks are, in their simplest form, needed when you have to quit reading a comic book and you wish to continue reading from the page you left it at. So you bookmark it and next time you can easily access it. Please note that for this purpose ComicRack™ already has the Open the book at the page where it was closed option. We recommend bookmarks for more intuitive scenarios like: • As chapter jump points • To mark backup features (or second-third-fourth-etc stories in Annuals or King-Size editions) • If you combine multiple comics to one with export, the beginning of each comic book is marked with a bookmark.

The bookmarks menu in the reader window displays all the bookmarks for the open comic book. Every bookmark can be given an individual name, for example, as in this case, the chapter name.

The Pages browser showing the comic book pages grouped by bookmarks. See how comfortable it becomes to recognise them in this scenario.

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600Wpmpo. The ComicRack manual : for ComicRack 0.9.142 and beyond / by 600Wpmpo. -- 5th ed. p. cm. Includes index. 1. Computer software 2....

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