Archive for January, 2012

MangAI v1.04 released

January 24th, 2012 8 comments

New to version 1.04:
-Bug fix: Chop cancel not calculating properly
One missing character of code was causing chop cancel to calculate incorrectly, potentially leading to situations where chopping should have been canceled but continued anyway.
This has been fixed.
-Improved @auto_trim/@chop_white_rows/@chop_white_cols when combined with @auto_rotate
In very rare instances, white space trimming/chopping could remove enough area to cause a scan to change orientation (i.e. a portrait scan could become landscape, or vice versa).
In this scenario, you probably don’t want the image to be rotated since the original orientation is the intended way to read that scan.
This has been improved by canceling trimming/chopping if it would lead to an orientation change and rotation.
-Added more ereader .properties settings profiles
Settings profiles now available for:

  • kindle4 (Amazon Kindle 4)
  • kindletouch (Amazon Kindle Touch)
  • nooktouch (Barnes & Noble Nook Touch)

I also renamed some of the existing profiles to remove ambiguity. For example, “k1” may have been mistaken for Kobo 1, so I renamed it to “kindle1”.
Contact me if you would like a settings profile added for your device.

Download the latest version from the MangAI project page.

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MangAI v1.03 released

January 12th, 2012 7 comments

New to version 1.03:
-Bug fix: Potential freeze during Manga Scan Model scan analysis
Program could freeze during MSM interpretation due to logic bug. This has been fixed.
-AI improvements to MPM and MSM interpretation
Small improvement to Manga Publication Model interpretation to better handle volumes with only one chapter available but that lacks chapter info (a rare case but still good to handle properly).
Several improvements to Manga Scan Model interpretation, including better sorting of mixed volume/chapter specification levels, improved ability to find cover pages that don’t include the keyword “cover” in the filename, and smarter handling of special page overspecification.

Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback. Many of the AI improvements come from analyzing test cases I would otherwise not have access to.

Also big thanks to those who recommend MangAI to their friends. Until I’m out of the red, the only way to promote MangAI is by word of mouth. The more popular this gets, the more time and resources I can put into it :)

Download the latest version from the MangAI project page.

Categories: MangAI, Projects