A task of the past.

Once logical Hebrew became the web standard, the once pressing need for a program to convert visual Hebrew to logical Hebrw diminished greatly. Yes, we still occasionally need to flip a paragraph that we've found on the web (and there's still the strangely encoded e-mail message that we try, invariably unsuccessfully, to make legible), but these have become quite infrequent, rather than daily, or even hourly, tasks as was once the case. As a result, the numerous tools that once sprang up to meet these needs have primarily faded into oblivion. A few are still available (and we occasionally need them) but most have gone. One of these even offered me my first encounter with the term abandonware.

Go to: Tools I've known and loved ... and often abandoned.