Along with a number of bug fixes, uPrompt 2.2.1 introduces the ability to display ‘special’ characters in the teleprompter display window.

Prior to this version, uPrompt was unable to display only ANSI characters and any special characters, such as the umlaut, would be incorrectly displayed or displayed as a block character.  This revision brings uPrompt the ability to display virtually any Roman character set and broadens it’s international usability.

uPrompt also now has the ability to read UNICODE text files.  This too gives it more international flexibility as it can natively read these special characters directly from imported text.

This is a free upgrade to all registered users of uPrompt.

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