CDisplay is a sequential image viewer utility made especially for Microsoft Windows. This software is used to view images one at a time in the form of a comic book. This software uses the comic book archive file format. CDisplay was written so users will be able to easily view PNG, static GIF, and JPEG images in sequences. In a way, the existing program’s implementation and inspiration were too general in purpose and thus were awkward to use when looking at images sequentially.
Comic book fan David Ayton is the man behind the CDisplay software development plan. He wanted to make a sequential yet simple image viewer which is good for images such as comics. This app is a lightweight, and exceptional image viewer. It can resize images so that they will fit inside users’ view. If they want, they can also apply color corrections. The web host keeps CDisplay alive in its present condition. The torch has been passed to the developers of CDisplayEx, which is a type of open source comic viewer. It is built on CDisplay. CDisplayEx add features to the original, and incorporates a 7zip plugin, so that it will be easy to look at images found inside of archives. This program maintains PDF files, and can include multi-language support.
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