Originally Posted by Drybonz
It destroys Komik. What do you mean by the way it handles folders? Are you using it with the desktop software?
I don't use the desktop version of ComicRack. What I mean is that ComicRack doesn't show the nested folder structure like Komik.
Just an example, on my explorer my X-Men folders are
|_ Uncanny X-Men
|_ Phoenix Saga
|_ House of M
Komik will show just my X-Men folder on my "shelf" and let me drill down to the rest of the folders.
ComicRack will display all my folders in one list disregarding the nested structure. It is just my preference to keep the structure in place so it doesn't look messy and if you know how to make ComicRack behave that way I would love to know how.
Don't get me wrong, I like ComicRack. I think it does a better job displaying the comics compare to komik, plus it is only the first release. I'll be looking forward to more improvements.