Re: accessible version of Seamonkey?
There are a number of things to consider and I hope this message will stir discussion.
Doing a system restore might correct the problem but it may not be necessary and the fix may not last long. Unless you have
the program set not to automatically update itself and if the latest version isn't accessible, you may have the same problem again. Also, it is not advised to run old versions of browsers for security reasons. I don't know anything about using CMonkey as an e-mail program. I know it is a browser. I would suggest running CMonkey for e-mail since you did it before and using something else as a browser.
There are sites that have old versions of software. I don't know which site might have old versions of CMonkey. I would suggest not doing anything until you get more information and until the implications of what you want to do are discussed and understood further.
----- Original Message -----
From: Lisa P Geibel
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 5:52 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] accessible version of Seamonkey?
I'm sorry, I should have given more details. I use Firefox for my
browsing, but we both prefer Seamonkey and that was the mail program my
husband used, so that's really what we want it for, but I'd love to have
it working on the web again like before. Am also trying to find out how
to restore the computer to an earlier date before I messed it up in
hopes that would fix it. Thanks.
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On 3/4/16 6:48 AM, Andrea Sherry wrote:
> Have you tried Mozilla Firefox? This is totally acdcessible.
> On 4/03/2016 10:41 PM, Lisa P Geibel wrote:
>> My husband and I are both totally blind and use a Windows 10 computer
>> with NVDA. I use Thunderbird for my mail client and he used to use
>> Seamonkey until something happened and we had to reinstall it. I got
>> 2.93 and it is very different than the older one he had as no shortcut
>> keys such as alt b to add to favorites or ctrl l to open a URL work.
>> It's only reading things like button and such. The install was a
>> nightmare and he had to do it as the only choices were button and alt
>> button. Please help with finding an accessible version since I was the
>> one that messed it up on him? Thanks.