A Few Little Updates to ARTHR

We’ve just made a few tweaks to ARTHR, mostly under the hood, but there are a couple of things that might be of interest.

Usually, the body text in ARTHR is fully justified, but poetry and song lyrics with single line breaks tend to hard on the eye. We’ve added an option to let you mark a story as being left aligned, so your poems come out a treat.

We’ve also added a help guide popup, explaining briefly how ARTHR works, and some tips and tricks for using it. And next to that is a download PDF button to make it easier to quickly proof your newspaper.

And finally, it’s a bit quicker, but we’re still working on improving the performance further.

As usual, if you have any trouble with it, just let us know.

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