Link to the comic archive page for the chapter that the displayed comic is part of.
I interpret this to mean that you have to make a special menu option targeting [v:chapterlink] and then Comic Fury will automatically generate a limited archive loop for that chapter alone when a visitor clicks on it.
So if you have 12 Chapters, it will always link to the chapter archive index for that specific page, not always the latest chapter, unless it's the latest pages. (Though I haven't tried it to be sure) Yeap, I tried it and it works pretty much like that.
Since [v:chapterlink] generates a unique URL for that chapter like "http://webomic.com/archive/22001", you can hard code that link into your menu whenever you create a new chapter.
Another thing you can do is rearrange your chapter order index. Since the lowest index will always be the first to display in the generic archive page, set the latest chapter to index 0, then you can use CSS to hide all the rest of the rows in the archive table. That might be a bad idea because some (if not most) readers like to be able to see the entire archive index.
it actually is possible, but not without some fuckery:
The last chapter is: [l:@chapteredarchive]
[l:chapteredarchive] is a loop of all your comics, sorted by chapter, along with their chapter information
putting that @ in front of the loop name reverses the loop order, so it'll start with the last comic and work it's way up.
[c:l.is_first] is actually a condition built into the template engine, you can use it in any loop, and it'll always be true only if we're running through the loop for the first time (so in this case, if we're on the last comic) - this part is only so that it'll only spit out the chaptername exactly once, rather than for every comic in the loop.
[v:l.chaptername] returns the name of the chapter the current comic is in.
[v:l.chapterarchiveurl] for a link to the archive for just that chapter
[v:l.chapterid] for the internal ID of the chapter (useful mostly for comparisons)
[v:l.chapterdescription] for the chapter description
unless I misunderstood and you're trying to show an archive including all comics, but only for the latest chapter?
Okay... upping the difficulty of this linking business...
After including the link for the comic/Chapter's page for the current comic, is there a way to do this for othe comics of my series? The goal is as follows: My comic is split up into two series and each series has two languages. What I'd like to do is to display the latest added page for each into my table, so I can basically have the same table displayed in all four series. Is that possible?
Here's the example page I created, but of course it has just the Page-link for the comic it is part of in:
assuming your comics will always have the exact same number of strips, in the exact same order, you could abuse the fact that links are relative, rather than absolute, and just prepend the german translation's URL to the variable.
var title = '[v:l.comictitle]';
var posttime = '[v:l.posttime]';
Thank you, Kyo. I'll have to figure out how to include that, my first attempts weren't successful.
But I hope that the tidbit will solve things. It would be really cool to be able to create a page where you have listed all your latest projects&their latest updates, kind of like a resume of sorts.