@cassydd The app not being able to rotate was a major complaint people had with the old version. I see the ability to rotate as an improvement. It's very simple to lock screen orientation on iOS, I leave mine permanently on on my phone unless I need to rotate the screen.
Finally. And yes I know that I could have installed the Beta one but as it is also my phone for work I would never install betaware on it (and yes even normal software has problems but then I have someone there who would be responsible)
Something like this was brought up long ago
To summarize, those types of content are produced by the anime production committee and would require a whole separate license, and that license would have to be from a company that JNC has virtually no ties with, so more then likely it will not be happening.
I really don't see much of an issue with the titles mentioned, all have fairly recently had their latest volume released in Japan while j-club already has the previous volumes released...
...except two, Bakarina (7 volumes released in Japan but only 4 on j-club) and Siskan which has been completed for a while now back in Japan but here it's still missing that final volume.
@miscreeth For the most part, calibre "knows the rules" of how to submit a file to your Kindle. This is a bit condensed, but:
Step 1: Go to Preferences, Sharing, and select "Sharing books by email". Add an email, and enter the information for your Kindle email. Information needed will include the Kindle's individual email address, information on the account you will SEND the message from (Kindle only accepts from addresses it knows about), and how to reach your email server. Make sure the server will allow you to send large attachments; Kindle will accept up to 50MB files, but not all email servers will let you send an email that big. Mine has a 30MB limit.
Since Kindle wants MOBI format, set that as the format.
Step 2: Add the epub to your Calibre library.
Step 3: Select the epub in the library, and click on the Connect/share button... Select "Email to NNNNNNN@kindle.com". The first time, you'll be prompted to convert to MOBI before sending; you can tell it to not warn you after that.
You can also tell calibre to automate that - I don't bother.
But it's very much personal and not casting spells.
Altina is a five foot nothing girl who can wield a six foot block of iron like it's nothing, her brother has super speed, and so on. There seem to be inherent blessings in the royal line and possibly a few other people.
@pjthomas404 Oh, that one is a special case, just like Rokujouma. Both LNs are actually a "remaster" of the fan translations, so everything was kept in the same topic for those. I actually asked for a topic for each volume a while back too, but we're already caught up with both at this point, so no big deal. 😅
@sinnoaria Oh, I was just referring to the "list" part of the proposal. Similar to how you put an anime into your "Plan to Watch" list, you could put some novel into your "Plan to Read" list here. I think I didn't read the whole proposal carefully enough, so my apologies.
About this feature I mentioned, I supposed one could also keep track of his planned-to-read series through browser bookmarks, but there are some advantages to having it here (e.g. being warned when there's some promotion or related work to one of series you're planning to read).
I agree it isn't really important. It's just something I expected to have here because other sites I've seen have it too.
Those lists are interesting, so thanks for compiling them.
JNC could try to categorise novels into genres, although some though choices would need to be made. For example, lndb lists FMP under the following genres: Action, Comedy, Mecha, Romance, School Life, Science Fiction. Which of these would you categorise it under, or would it be listed under all of those genres?
What might be better is for the site to have quick links to the top 10-20 tags which correlate to popular genres and areas of interest and ensure each series is listed under at least one popular tag. Or people could have checkboxes next to each popular tag and it'd list all novels that have one or more chosen tag. Either way the principle is to make it easier for people to find what they are interested in without assuming that a novel is only in one genre.