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Chaos Sepher

Gallery Volunteer
Mar 2, 2008
New Jersey
I just want to suggest a minor change to the comics navigation buttons (First <Back ect.) to add extra one's on the top of the comic pages. When I am trying to move through the comic fast, especially when a number of pages are rather long, I have to scroll all the way down to go back/forward a page, which is slightly tedious when I am quickly moving through them to get to a certain page or something. It's rather minor, but adding a set of buttons on top would make navigation slightly easier. Just something for you to consider.


The Katbox
Apr 20, 2007
Personal Text
But its a good one!
I still am for the idea of enabling the arrow keys to both scroll and move to next/last pages :gleeNekoNekonny:


IE Kuuribro IE Kuubeans ID Kuubutts
Jul 3, 2009
Land of Frost and Maple
They have that in the Archive link, but the problem is that most people don't know comic pages by their titles, they just know them by the general area of the story in which they are in. I know myself, I've had to go scrolling one by one through pages to find the one page I was looking for, and I wasn't hinking a thing about its title.

I think this'd be a good idea! It can't be too hard to incorporate this into the code, eh?