Comic Seer 2.51-4
Software Product Description
- Collapsing the menu and tabs for more viewing area
- Dragging the library to another part of the screen (or out of the screen)
- Dragging the menu to another part of the screen (or out of the screen)
Comic Seer for Linux is available at the developer's website.
Reviewer: -Mister White
Review Date: 2014-11-15
Pros: It's fast, light-weight, easy to use, has a retro GUI and seems to display .cbr and .cbz files flawlessly. Has a simple right-click magnifying glass for you to see/read those hard to view/read places/text. The amount of ram that Comic Seer is using seems to depend from comic to comic. New comics for example having more graphic details then the ones from the 80s and the 90s tend to use more system memory and require a faster GPU. On average Comic Seer seems to use between 16 and 28 MB of RAM.
Cons: A page browser (like the one ComicRack has) would be nice to see implemented in CS in the near future.
Other Thoughts: Althrough ComicRack is the way to go if you want the best comic reader regardless of the hardware it requires to run it properly, not to mention the additional software you need to install alongside ComicRack (NET.Framework) to have it work, Comic Seer seems to be the best alternative!