The Amiga operating system is well designed, but for some reason it has always
lacked a decent textviewer. Commodore developed the More tool for reading plain
text, and Amiga Guide and MultiView offered more enhanced features, including
datatype recognition and such like. I wanted a textviewer which would look good
and blend in with all my other Workbench patches. I started developing EvenMore
in 1996 as a hobby. It started off fairly basic as textviewers go, but now
EvenMore offers functions such as proportional font support, multi-coloured
text, file conversion plugins, and more. EvenMore is entirely programmed in
AmigaE/ECX, which is an excellent programming language developed by Wouter van
Oortmerssen and Leif Salomonsson.

 Here are its main features

 o Plugin system for viewing many different file types, such as AmigaGuide,
   HTML, WordWorth, MSWord, RTF, directories, etc.
 o Supports ANSI escape code sequences for text formatting, including full
   colour text for certain file types.
 o Extended set of ANSI escape code sequences for additional font styles.
 o True colour text rendering on systems with graphics cards.
 o Links are clickable in HTML, AmigaGuide, directories and other file types
 o Drag and drop files on the window to open them.
 o ARexx port for remote control.
 o Search function.
 o Configurable menus for frequently used documents.
 o Clipboard support.
 o Locale support.

 and more...

 Here are the recent changes

 o Fixed bug which prevented Arc2Text from working on MorphOS. Was using
   Execute() instead of SystemTagList() to run archive programs.
 o Fixed bug in Arc2Text which prevented you browsing an archive if it had more
   than one . in the filename.

There are still a few things to be ironed out though. Please read the docs.
Updates available at