Codename RikReader released

by admin 1. November 2006 12:12

My old partner in crime, Doug, has released RikReader. I'd love to say I contributed more than some beta testing and part of the name but unfortunately it's all Doug's good work. Hopefully I'll find some time to release a nice little addon utility for RikReader which we've been talking about. I won't say what because I probably won't find the time and it will never eventuate :(

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7/1/2008 6:53:28 AM #

ira m trager

the times i was able to download rikreader it was a corrupt install. i have a cable modem at 7mbps and the download speed for rikreader makes dial up appear to be blazing. i followed the instructions and i never got a complete install and yes i have vista.

ira m trager

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