I have created a Generic Arc viewer that works in any Theme. (tested in the various ones available, including default theme),
To use you create a blank directory and paste in the supplied folder-info.html file and json.cbr file.
link to files: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AszUwF4_399MmhHBnqngoqBhZx4G
When you now do a rescan of comics, this cbr file is picked up and the directory is now visible.
Of course this json file will not work with your collection as it contains pointers to my test setup.
You have to place the provided .js files into your theme dir that you are going to use. They are the jquery and mustache libary files that are needed. If you already have these files, make sure that the folder-info.html file is calling the correct files (just edit to check).
I have thrown together a quick Windows program (UCC.EXE) that is in the download file. This is used to create a json file from your collection.
To use you need to navigate to a comic page and right click on the comic image.
-Firefox select 'Copy Image Location'
-Chrome select 'Copy Image Address'
- IE/Edge Sorry install one of the above 'real' browsers.
Then paste this link into the edit box at the top and press the > arrow.
This extracts the comic db id and comic address from the link. It then creates a | delimited entry below that contains in order:
-comic address that ubooquity expects
-label text (this can be edited at will here if you want to see a different label name for your comic - eg adding series order no).
On the left is up and down arrows to allow the line that the curor is on to be moved up or down. Used as you would go to a series and add all the needed comics, then go to another series and add more. Then you would use thses to sort into correct reading order. The order shown here is the order they will appear in the json file / finished page.
The - is to delete the line that the cursor is on.
Save is obvious. This generates a compliant json file from the data and saves to a directory that you have selected using the Save Dir button. Save the json.cbr file that this creates into the previously created blank directory containing the folder-info.html file.
Clear just resets back to starting configuration. So after saving just clear and create next arc.
This process is to create a 'bare bones' arc viewer. Feel free to add anything you want to the folder-info.html page. EG a description of the story arc/series, banner etc. What you may want to add to the directory is a folder.jpg picture so that the folder looks good when viewing. These images for arc/series can be extracted from comixology website.
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