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Introduction to the Reader Reader: The Basics The Reader window is the most important part of ComicRack™, as this is where the book pages are ultimately displayed for onscreen reading. Scrolling the mouse wheel moves the open page up or down, and scrolling beyond the end of the page opens the next page of the book. This is the simplest way of navigating the Reader. For further customizations, please see the chapters on Preferences and Keyboard map.

Reader Tab Bar

Reader Toolbar Reader Window

Er... Maybe I better read the next page to learn more about these modes!

There are a number of ‘modes’ in which the books can be displayed in the reader window: 1. Default Mode (Showing the Reader, Browser, and the Sidebar) 2. Reader Mode (with the browser & sidebar closed) (F3) (Clicking on the docking grips between the Reader and the Browser toggle off/on the browser, thus achieving the same result) 3. Fillscreen Mode (with menus and toolbars) 4. Fullscreen Mode (F11) (no menus or toolbars) 5. Windowed Reader Mode (F12) (the Reader gets a window of its own) It is possible to quickly navigate between the first 4 views using the mouse or the keyboard. You can learn more about reader navigation on the next page.

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ComicRack Manual (5th ed)  

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

ComicRack Manual (5th ed)  

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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