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Quran7 Viewer 2.0 Debabeche Software 1999-2012 1. Summary: Holy Quran Visual learning Tool with complete Intonation rules highlighting, full compatible with the Othmani Script typing, joined with a clear interactive Predication schema, and trace all the 10 Quranic great readings. 2. Features: 1. All Quran Sura's (114) in one small package 2. Real Nash Script Typing 3. Anatomic Script Views 4. Highlight all Quran Intonation Rules 5. Quran Reading Predication by Graphical Schema 6. Quick Sura's and Verses browsing and access 7. Visual Themes 3. Installation: Just run the installer and submit every steps. 4. Configuration: 1. Microsoft Windows XP and above. 2. In Control Panel open [Regional and Language Options], then select [Languages] tab and check the box "Install files for complex scripts and left-right languages" in [Supplemental language support] section. 3. Apply. (!: Windows may ask you to insert Installation CD to load necessary files) 5. Usage: Every where just right click the mouse, it invokes popup-menu that control every things. 6. Troubleshooting: 1. Under Windows 7, you have launch installation under administrator account. 2. Under Windows XP if you have to enable the "complex scripts" option for the first time, you should restart your computer.
Source: Readme.txt, updated 2012-05-08

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