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'reed,' designed as a reader for etexts, displays text one line at a time, and scrolls it automatically at a speed set by the user. Features include standard pager functions, multiple buffers, speed adjustment, backwards and multiline scrolling, searching and search highlighting, and persistant bookmarks.
released on 8 November 2002
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