A graphical teleprompter-like scrolling HTML text display
This is a little Python script, which displays a pseudo-HTML file in a window and scrolls the text in upwards or downwards direction.
You can use it, for example, as a teleprompter while recording a podcast or an audiobook or for a presentation. You can use differents fonts, colors and sizes via a subset of the HTML4 standard and control the scrolling speed and direction via command line options and keyboard commands while the application is running.
It requires pyglet.
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