CDisplay is a free image-viewing application that runs on various Microsoft Windows platforms, written by David Ayton. CDisplay is compiled using Borland C++ Builder 5.0, designed for mangas and DRM-free comic books, with simple and easy-to-use user interface. This application popularized the file format of comic book archive.
CDisplay is used to view static GIF, JPEG, and PNG images either one or two at a time, in a comic-booked style. Loaded images are automatically arranged alphabetically, and images may be gathered in different archive file such as .rar, .zip, .ace, or .tar. The user may view the entire image files sequentially and scroll the whole page with just a single keyboard command. CDisplay provides automatic page sizing options wherein user may decide whether to view images one or two pages at the same time, either in a full screen or in a window mode.
At present, sources of CDisplay application is no longer available, for the reason that the application is no longer actively sustained.
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