announcing: Rita The Reader
jschmude at adelphia.net
Wed Jun 2 15:28:32 EDT 2004
Is there a continuous reading function? That's one thing I really
miss using speakup, and I haven't found any programs that have any type of
continuous scrolling/cursor movement.
On Wed, 2 Jun 2004, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
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CH> Hi gang,
CH> I just posted a program called "Rita The Reader" which fills a
CH> niche on my system. It is a text file browser with memory. Rita
CH> remembers having read a file before, up to 100 files, providing
CH> the file has the same name, creation date, modification date, and
CH> size as it had before. She also remembers where you left off
CH> when you last read the file and resumes reading at that point.
CH> The package is a source tarball which you will need to compile
CH> and install. Instructions are in the README file.
CH> Check out rita at http://www.mhcable.com/~chuckh/rita-0.1.tar.gz
CH> Hope you find Rita useful. She can get to be habit forming.
CH> - --
CH> The Moon is Full
CH> My home page is now at http://www.mhcable.com/~chuckh
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