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Download the attached file, rename it read.html and open it. Drag the "read" link onto your Favorites|Links toolbar, and acknowlege the warning dialog. Then, from anyone's page, click the "read" bookmarklet and read along with it.

My basic premise is that vowels and digits make for a place to pause momentarily (90ms) during reading. If it reads too fast or slow, you can adust the delay factor accordingly.

I haven't tested this on other browsers yet.

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I have a bookmarklet which copies a marked set of characters into a searchpage in our dictionary. If nothing is copied, a window opens where you can type a word.

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