This is a candidate for deletion: broken link to home page and software, can't find it hosted elsewhere, my email to the author was returned to sender, and the Internet Archive did not save the software files. Danm (talk) 11:04, 16 October 2017 (EDT) '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.
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