Re: A question for users of multiple screenreaders.
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Well on the Jaws front, sometimes Flash works better in that screenreader, but as Flash is dying then not a great thing.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Supernova, if you have some sight has some very good magnification choices, It does sort of use scripts that you can sort of write in a multiple choice set of dialogues or freehand with a special editor. It also has more general profiles a bit like nvda has as well. Set and map files they are called, but its not very easy to understand them, mind you it might well be me!
Unfortunately if you have an old version as I do and try it no new files get downloaded when out of life.
I tend to only use my Dolphin book creator now as the voices are unliocked for use by other applications.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "John Isige" <gwynn@...>
Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2017 8:55 PM
Subject: [nvda] A question for users of multiple screenreaders.
Hi all. Over the years I've heard several of you say that multiple screen readers are a good thing, so much so that some have advocated keeping demo copies installed, just in case. So I have a question. Can you give specific cases where this is useful?