Turn many pieces of ANSI text art and ASCII/NFO plain text into HTML5 text using RetroTxt
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README.md

RetroTxt

Turn many pieces of ANSI text art and ASCII/NFO plain text into HTML5 text using RetroTxt. It is the new, browser agnostic, web extension that takes retro text files and stylises them into a more pleasing, useful format to view and copy in a web browser.

Available for installation from both the Chrome store and Mozilla Add-ons.

Documentation

RetroTxt showcase

Install

Chrome · Firefox

Or use the source code

Requirements

Chrome 49 or Firefox 50, newer or compatible browsers.

Run RetroTxt

After install you can run RetroTxt on any text or ANSI art file viewed in the browser by clicking the toolbar button.

Chrome and Firefox buttons

RetroTxt toolbar button in Chrome RetroTxt toolbar button in Firefox

You can test the RetroTxt install using one of the thousands of text files hosted at textfiles.com or Project Gutenberg's plain text books.

Or download one of the amazing text art packs created by Blocktronics and use the file:/// protocol to browse and view the text art files saved onto your hard drive.

Permissions

Chrome requires Allow access to file URLs selected if you wish to use RetroTxt with text files stored on your local computer.

License

GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE

An important note about the license

While RetroTxt uses a GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0, the included fonts are not. You should read each font license that is in the fonts/ subdirectory before redistribution, as some of the added collections do not permit the sale or modification of their fonts and packages.

Credits

RetroTxt by Ben Garrett @bens.zone and GitHub

Options icons by Google Material Design