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Opening Remote Libraries Using the network sharing functionality of ComicRack™, you can open the shared library of other ComicRack™ users over the internet. In this section, we explain how to work with remote libraries, while the next section will focus on sharing your own library with other ComicRack™ users. Please follow the copyright laws for file sharing in your region. 1. Click on the Open Remote Library option either from the File menu, or from the Tools menu. Alternatively, you may simply use the Ctrl+Shift+R keyboard combo.

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2. The Open Remote Library dialog will open. The names and description of available libraries could be seen. Also seen are the Edit and Export properties for the shared libraries. Please note that the icon indicates a password-protected library, for which you’ll have to contact its user through the ComicRack™ forum. 3. Double-click on any library name, and ComicRack™ will try to connect to the server to get information about the shared library. 4. The Shared library opens up in the Browser Tab Bar next to the Library tab, and it tries to open connection to the remote server. 2

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Hmm.. So you want to access my library? Do you have the password?

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The Shared library opens up in the Browser Tab Bar next to the Library tab

If you wish, you can click the Cancel button at this time to sop connecting with the remote library. Once the cancel button is clicked, the Connect button appears in its place, and can be clicked any time later to start the process.

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