Linuxserver.io - Ubooquity

Oliver Dixon 4 years ago updated 4 years ago 7

Any idea why when i set it to original mode it crops off the top of every page of every comic i've tried? :(


Shows the full image on fit to width and height modes.

I'm no expert at this, but I think the size of the image is bigger than the web browser's viewing pane. When you set it to original, it means it will just show the original image, not constrained by the size of the window.

The width is smaller that the browser (as shown) and the length is longer. I can scroll to the bottom of the image but not the top. Every single comic i have (hundreds) have the the tops cropped out in original mode. Seems silly to offer a mode that won't show the entire image of image based media heh.

Under review

This is obviously a bug.

Already signaled:


I haven't been able to reproduce it on my side. Until I do, I won't be able to investigate it.

So any additional information you might provide is welcome (OS, browser, ideally send me a comic with this problem...).

Linuxserver.io docker running on unRAID 6.2.4. Viewing with Chrome on Windows 8.1, 10 and Chrom OS.

I can't edit for some reason. If you want i can send a comic that does it. Every single one i have tried does it heh. You might consider adding a zoom feature like Cdisplayex has. Being limited to stretch to width or height isn't ideal for high resolution (or low) monitors. Cdisplayex lets you use the plus and minus keys to zoom (with lanczos) to whatever you like.


Don't bother, I managed to reproduce the problem (don't know would I couldn't 7 months ago...).

I'll fix it.

In the meantime, if you want to fix the current version of Ubooquity, download this file, open Ubooquity.jar with any zip file tool and replace "comicreader.css" (in the "comicreader" folder inside the jar file) by the one you downloaded.

And let me know if it worked for you.

As for the zoom option, for now you can choose "original" for the size displayed in the comic reader and zoom it in/out using the built-in zoom of your browser (ctrl + mouse wheel).

Not sure how to do that with it running in a docker. But i look forward to the update :)