daisy reader

Janina Sajka janina at rednote.net
Thu May 5 16:26:02 UTC 2005

OK, it looks like this script simply plays the audio file associated
with a particular page or chapter in a DAISY title. That's nice, but
that's a long way from a DAISY player where one would expect to be able
to navigate the structure of the book interactively.

Am I missing something here?

Aldo writes:
> On Wed, May 04, 2005 at 06:20:26PM +0200, Gustafsson Kristoffer (elev) wrote:
> > is there a daisy reader that works under fedora core 2?
> I know a daisy Reader for Linux, not especially for Fedora:
> http://mistigri.org/daisyreader/
> 1: it's a Perl script,
> 2: it doesn't require lots of dependencies etc,
> 3: just requires that you install madplay
> Aldo.
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