Version: 0.7 (using KDE 4.1.0)
Installed from: Ubuntu Packages
If I open a CBR file the pages look "fat". If I open that same file in QComicBook the pages look as they ought to. I've attached a screenshot that should make it clear what I mean.
If I can help in any way let me know.
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Rendering Comparison Between QComicBook and Okular
Notice how Okular seems to render the page a little too wide.
Do you have an example document showing the problem?
(If it cannot be shipped publically, you can send it to me directly.)
could you please provide a document?
Here's a link to a cbr file that shows the incorrect aspect ration in okular, but looks fine in QComicbook.
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Image and CBR comparison
I looked up cbr on wikipedia to find out what exactly a cbr file was. It is apparently a series of images in a rar archive. I'm sure you were already aware of this. So I decompressed the cbr file with unrar (UNRAR 3.71 beta 1 freeware Copyright (c) 1993-2007 Alexander Roshal), and displayed the first image in okular. It looks fine. I've taken a screenshot of the first page image file rendered by okular, and the first page of the cbr file rendered by okular to show the difference. See Comment #5 (id=27174)
Thanks, the testcase was quite useful indeed.
The problems has been fixed:
- for KDE 4.1.2 (r855908)
- for KDE 4.2 (r855907)
Thanks for your report!