Projects / jRSVP


jRSVP is a Java 1.4 tool for Rapid Serial Visual Presentation, a technique for extremely fast reading. It uses the Multivalent library for parsing input documents, and is able to read PDF, PS, HTML, man pages, and other documents. It displays texts on a word-by-word or sentence-by-sentence basis and features a file history and bookmarks.


Recent releases

  •  14 Apr 2005 13:30

    Release Notes: This is another quick release to make jRSVP work with new libraries. The libraries jRSVP conforms to are release 8.3 of Multivalent (Multivalent20040415.jar) and JFontChooser 0.1.

    •  30 Mar 2003 20:04

      Release Notes: The architecture was greatly modified and improved. The UI has been upgraded in many different places. A bug which kept the documents from being read completely has been fixed.

      •  11 Mar 2003 00:21

        Release Notes: This version fixes one important bug. The word-by-word display now works again. The author is sorry for the inconvenience.

        •  08 Mar 2003 00:38

          Release Notes: Enhancements were made to many different functions, and a preferences dialog was added. It is now possible to change back- and foreground color, display delay, and maximum delay. The calls to the PreferencesAPI were replaced with a different solution which leaves the Windows registry alone. The open file dialog now remembers the last directory you opened a file in. Space and enter were added as commands to start and stop the display. Changes were made to the in-memory storage to speed up switching the display mode.

          •  04 Mar 2003 11:44

            Release Notes: This release features lots of bugfixes in the timing code and a n ew feature that makes it possible to display texts on either a wo rd-by-word or sentence-by-sentence basis.


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