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    NDS PictoDS

    PictoDS is the PC tool (created by Nicom00k) that converts your pictures into a .cbds file to be used with ComicBookDS. Those pictures can be in a folder, a .zip, a .cbz, a .cbr, a .rar. .pdf files can also be converted thanks to some command line third party conversion programs (like the -not free- PDF To Image Converter v2.1). PictoDS is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac.

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    Whenever I open this with my mac(pictods.sh), it's a text file, and it reads:

    cd lib
    java -Djava.library.path="." -cp .:swt.jarrg.pictods.jar org.pictods.ui.PictodsUI


    How do I run PictoDS?

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    I've been having this same problem, so consider this a BUMP.

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    I too am having issues. I cannot even run the program under Parallels (I used the Windows version of PictoDS). It comes up as some strange error. Has anyone figured out how to us this on a Mac?

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    Default PictoDS .sh file problem on my mac

    I have the exact same problem. I got it working on my girlfriend's PC, but I can't seem to get it going on my Mac.
    I believe I followed all the instructions. I even installed the latest Java and downloaded it again.
    PLEASE HELP!!
    I got a taste of it on my girlfriends PC and it is an amazing program. I can't wait!

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    hmm, if it goes like linux, you can try to open a terminal window, the run "chmod +x filename.sh", to make it an executable, then just type "filename.sh".

    Hope it can help you guys...

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    Bump yo!

    I tried the chmod +x, but the terminal says no such filename or directory.
    Man I need to get this to work. I've waited a long time for this.

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    I've been in contact with nicom00k for the last few days and he has been very good with replies.
    He provided a different shell command but this didn't work either.
    I know next to nothing about linux so I could be doing somthing wrong.
    The .sh file is shell command so even in the mac version you're gonna have to run a linux terminal.
    Has anybody got this to work for linux or mac? Anybody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by guschiggins View Post
    I have the exact same problem. I got it working on my girlfriend's PC, but I can't seem to get it going on my Mac.
    I believe I followed all the instructions. I even installed the latest Java and downloaded it again.
    PLEASE HELP!!
    I got a taste of it on my girlfriends PC and it is an amazing program. I can't wait!
    I know what the problem is!!! Your using a mac!! ^_^ Sorry couldn't resist. I love my pc. Things work, and when they don't there's always a billion other options.

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    I had problems with this - PictoDS would not run, and I solved this by moving it to the desktop of my computer. It seems the program does not operate when the directory it is in has too long a name, for example:

    C:/Program Files/Nintendo DS/Homebrew/Comic Books/PictoDS

    Will cause problems, but

    C:/PictoDS works fine.

    Hope this makes sense!

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