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Joshua Perez
Joshua Perez

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Steve download Chessify. You can take pictures from your book or screenshots and it converts it to a FEN. You can then use its engine to play around with the position or upload copy and Upload the FEN to or lichess. I most use it to take pictures of interesting lines or positions for my study group on lichess. It saves a lot of time.

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I did not scan the comics myself only collect them from various sites on the internet, internet archive, Usenet Newsgroups and torrents.So thanks to all the scanners and uploaders.This blog is purely ment to preserve the comics and to enjoy them, no financial meanings are involved, if you like the comics buy them as long as they are availabe, because nothing can beat the feeling of reading a real comic.

Hello, I am using a Samba connection to have available a library Bd stored on a hard drive wifi.When I download a series or Bd, it is not stored on my shelf BDthèque folder.The link is still one of my hard drive and requires me to be connected.The opening of the file it is done a new download or if my DDwifi is not on I can not get to it.In summary I would like to download my bd to a folder on my tablet once and for all,without using a first file manager.Thank you in advance.Sorry for the google translate!:-)

Hello, this app has been working very well for me but I did want to point out I suffered from the same problem that Bravethrasher has above. I uploaded my cbr/cbz files to Google Drive using my chromebook. When I view the files in Drive they say Compressed Archive. If I download those files on windows and re-upload to drive using the web interface, they show up as Unknown File and are then added to the Library in Challenger Comics Viewer. Do you think this is a Google Drive issue or something you think you can address in the app? Thanks for any assistance and your hard work!

So, the app keeps deleting my files. I download a lot so I can binge but when I download more than 30 comics or 6 trades, it starts deleting my stuff. I have more than enough storage. Is there a way to stop it from doing that? Thanks!

When you read comics from network (like from DropBox). You will need connection even if you already opened it before (because the app will need to check if file has changed). To avoid this problem you can download file on your device (using long press action on this file and then choose Download action), it will download the file in your Download folder so you can open it and read it offline.

Download action (using long press) will download file in your download folder and the folder hierarchy will be kept. So, can you check folders in your download folder ? You should find the right one.About network libraries, you will need network access (to check if files was modified). So if you are using network libraries and want to read a file without network access, you must manually download it first and then manually open it (from the right folders in your download folder).Does it work on your side ?

Hi I think everything was downloading yesterday for me but it was for a new comic series/folder. I think I may know how to reproduce the issue. First you attempt to download the entire folder (which may be 40-50 comics). If that process somehow gets interrupted, say only the first 2 comics were downloaded you killed the app. Then you will not be able to longpress and download the third comic. To fix this I refreshed that particular folder using the refresh library function, then the comics started downloading aging if I long press.

You are right, I need to add a local check when reading network file (to avoid network access is file is already present). I will add this to my todo list. I will also add the ability to change download folder to my todo list.

3. Could it be possible to download covers from well known comic sites (or even google)? I know this is not a comic download app, but listen audiobooks apps and also ebook reader apps have this option. Maybe you could also get some metadata: cover + general comic description + per episode plot.

I noticed this problem few weeks ago. It seems Google has changed few things on Google Drive external access management.I fixed the problem last week (by updating drive access code), but I did not publish the fixed version yet (on Google play store).If you are OK, I can send you a link to download it and install it (all existing library and configuration will be kept), so you can validate the fix ?If you agree, can you contact me by e-mail (, I will send you the link.

Hi,If you already created a library from Google drive entry. You can do a long press on the comics cover (in Library view) and choose the download action. It will download the file on your device (in Download folder).I hope it will match your needs.

For several years, it seemed as though the book industry was getting a reprieve. As the music industry was ravaged by file sharing, and the film and TV industry were increasingly targeted by downloaders, book piracy was but a quaint cul de sac in the vast file sharing ecology. The tide, however, may be changing. Ereaders have become mainstream, making reading ebooks palatable to many more readers. Meanwhile, technology for scanning physical books and breaking the DRM on ebooks has continued to advance.

Nonetheless, the study, which monitored 913 titles on several popular file hosting sites, did point to a level of activity that suggested illegal downloading of books was becoming more than just a niche pastime. Even if the various extrapolations that led to the $3-billion figure are easy to poke holes in, Attributor still directly counted 3.2 million downloaded books.

The Real Caterpillar: In the past month, I have uploaded approximately 50 books to the torrent site where you contacted me. I am much less active then I once was. I used to scan many books, but in the past two years I have only done a few. Between 2002-2005 I created around 200 ebooks by scanning the physical copy, OCRing and proofing the output, and uploading them to USENET. I generally only upload content that I have scanned, with some exceptions. I have been out of the book scene for a while, concentrating on rare and out of print movies instead of books because it is much easier to rip a movie from VHS or DVD than to scan and proof a book.

I do not pretend that uploading or downloading unpurchased electronic books is morally correct, but I do think it is more of a grey area than some of your readers may. Perhaps this will change as the Kindle and other e-ink readers make electronic books more convenient, but the Baen Free Library is an interesting experiment that proves that at least in that case, their business was actually enhanced by giving away their product free. That is probably not a business model that will work for everyone, but what is shows is that as a company they have their ear to the ground and are willing to think in new directions and take chances instead of putting their fingers in their ears, closing their eyes, and railing against their customers, as themusic industry is doing. The world is changing and business models have to change with it.

TRC: I have specific tastes, so it is usually not very easy to find specifically what I am looking for. The dearth of material I was interested in is what prompted me to scan in the past, in order to share some of my favorite, less popular authors with as many people as possible. It does not take much time to download once something you want has been found, however, and little technical experience is required.

Since books are generally very small files, they can be downloaded in minutes. You can then convert the file using one of many applications, for instance Mobipocket Creator, to PRC or another format that works with your reader. You can then plug your Kindle into your computer and copy the file over. The entire process typically takes 5-10 minutes.

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