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MangAI v1.10 released

New to version 1.10:
-Mobi output support
MangAI now offers creation of .mobi files.
This output format was added as per the request of a MangAI user who discovered that mobi is the best comic format for Kindle Paperwhite.
As Amazon owns Mobipocket, there’s a good chance that other Kindle devices will like mobi best as well. For now, mobi output is only enabled by default for the Kindle Paperwhite, but you can enable it for any device in .properties settings.
Mobi output requires Amazon’s free KindleGen tool. See -Setting up KindleGen- in Help->Contents or readme.txt for details.
-Various fixes and improvements
Automatically update the .properties settings file when new helper programs are discovered.

Thanks to user feedback for helping improve this program. Please contact me if you have any suggestions for MangAI.

Download the latest version from the MangAI project page.

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  1. DancingRuneWeapon
    March 14th, 2013 at 17:47 | #1

    Thank you good improvements, is working great. I did not see Kobo Arc on the list, if you can add it would be fantastic.

  2. Andrew Mantel
    March 15th, 2013 at 08:14 | #2

    Sure thing. Will include a Kobo Arc settings profile in the next update. Use the Kindle Fire HD profile for now since their settings should be identical (no resize, full color, chop white border/rows/cols, pdf and cbz output).

  3. MM
    March 23rd, 2013 at 23:35 | #3

    I played around with the settings and you can get Kobo arc with with Nexus 7 too!! even better! FANTASTIC software! I love the .mobi I makes it million times better on KT!

    Easy to set up! for your device or prefer settings!

  4. Andrew Mantel
    March 24th, 2013 at 09:16 | #4

    Nexus 7 profile is already in MangAI. I’ve added a Kobo Arc profile, and it will be in the next program update.

    Glad you are enjoying .mobi output ^^

  5. Andrew Mantel
    March 29th, 2013 at 10:06 | #5

    Working on another update. By request I’ve added a new setting, @upscale, to allow the user to prevent images smaller than the output width/height from being resized. The default will continue to be to allow upscaling to better fill the size of the screen.

    The update will also add profiles for Kobo Arc and Onyx Boox M92. Please let me know if you would like any more device profiles added.