Boustrophedon Text Reader displays text files in Boustrophedon, a writing style used by the ancient Greeks that alternates direction every line. Once accustomed to the style, a person can gain significant speed in reading and writing. It is of particular interest to those seeking ambidexterity and brain-hemisphere equivalence.
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Release Notes: Mark-up tags for specialized formatting and page numbering for PS output have been added, along with a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Ability to generate PostScript files from the commandline to a file or to stdout, stdin is an option for input, and fixes for some errors regarding PostScript output.
Release Notes: Hyphenating extra-long words which previously would cause the text reader to hang.