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  1. I would suggest you consider 38" ultrawide monitors as well. They work great for displaying the width of Comicbase on one monitor. This is the one I have: https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/UM.TX2AA.002
  2. Pete mentioned on Livestream #80 that they implemented a fix on this. I installed v22.0.0.1571 and it does indeed seem to have fixed the issue. I reselected "Automatically download larger pictures when viewing items" and the program downloads larger or newer pictures when it has one. Thanks for your help with this Mark. -Brian
  3. I noticed that build v1471 was available, so I installed it to see if it fixed the issue. Unfortunately it did not, and I still observed the same issue after the update. -Brian
  4. Thanks Mark. Just to clarify, anything larger than 1025px gets replaced with 1025px. For example, the cover image for Uncanny X-men 247 was 1049px. I clicked on it in ComicBase, and it downloaded the 1025px version. At first I thought somehow the software wasn't recognizing that I have a 4K license, but when I clicked on the 2732px tall Cerebus the Aardvark I just scanned in, it downloaded the 382px version from the server, so I do think something else is going on. Folder Capture Before Update Folder Capture After Update
  5. By the time I got to the registrations page, the version was up to v1452. I installed it, but still get the same results: any image taller than 1025 pixels gets replaced with a 1025 pixel tall version. I installed v1452 on both of my systems, one which is running Windows 11 and the other which is running Windows 10, and observe the same behavior on both.
  6. I installed ComicBase on a new computer on January 4th. I have the 4K Archive license. I used the Quick Start version of the pictures, and everything seemed to work fine. As I was browsing through covers yesterday, I noticed all the covers were on the smallish side, including ones that I knew should be larger. I have a 1600 pixel tall screen, and the cover images filled about 2/3 of the screen height. I went through the picture folders and found cover images that had a 2160 pixel height, but when I navigate to them in ComicBase with the "Automatically download larger pictures when viewing items" option checked, the program would replace them with the smaller 1025 pixel tall version. When I unchecked the "Automatically download larger pictures when viewing items" option, I could view the larger image in ComicBase, but as a test I deleted it and manually downloaded it and got the 1025 pixel tall version again. I'm running v22.0.0.1435 on my main system, but I also observed the same behavior on my laptop running v22.0.0.1435.
  7. Based on the info I could find; Double Take #2 was published in 3 variants of equal quantity. They are flip books with The Terrifying Tales of Tommi Trek on one side and Tales of the Realm on the other. Currently, only issue 2 is entered in ComicBase / Atomic Avenue. I added 2/A, 2/B, and 2/C with images of all 6 covers. The picture currently in ComicBase / Atomic Avenue is the Tommi Trek cover for 2/B. The current issue 2 should be deleted. The covers are as follows: 2/A - John Byrne Tommi Trek and Matt Tyree Tales of the Realm 2/B - Phil Hester Tommi Trek and Mike Wieringo Tales of the Realm 2/C - Dan Jurgens Tommi Trek and Randy Green Tales of the Realm Best regards, -Brian
  8. Cerebus the Aardvark 289/290 was a double issue, so 290 doesn't exist as a standalone issue. The back cover contains the cover for 290, but it's not flipped. I submitted an update for issue 289 following the format of 112/113, but issue 290 needs to be deleted. Best regards, -Brian
  9. I'm using a vertical resolution of 2732 on the books I'm scanning to match the iPad Pro 12.9" in portrait mode, which would also cover the 2160 vertical resolution for a 4K monitor and should allow for the max size on a 5K monitor (2880 vertical) as well. -Brian
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