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HLine – Reading, we need a line

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When we are reading ebooks, web page articles, or proofreading manuscripts on the computer, it is very easy to jump to see a wrong line because of too much text, as a result this will not only waste a lot of our time, but also is easy to cause the visual fatigue, and may make more mistakes to the draft.

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