Re: New Blog Post: (3) Relearning The Computer The Sightless Way
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Thanks a lot, Bavyah!
That is so great! I can visualize the screen pretty well. NVDA has really helped with me using golden Cursor, because I can memorize the pixel positions that golden Cursor gives to get a great idea where things are on the screen.
Merry Christmas, Bhavya!
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From: Bhavya shah
Sent: Sunday, December 24, 2017 2:15 AM
Subject: [nvda] New Blog Post: (3) Relearning The Computer The Sightless Way
The 21st century 11-year-old is expected to be a proficient user of
tech, and I fulfilled that expectancy at that age too… until I lost
all my remaining vision and was forced to start from scratch. Allow me
to recount my experience, perhaps mirroring that of many other late
blind folks as well, of transitioning from the mouse to the keyboard,
leaving behind my favourite video games, and trying to revive visual
memories of the computer screen in a nonvisual manner. Check out the
newest issue in the Story of my Life Series on my blog Hiking Across
Horizons titled “(3) Relearning The Computer The Sightless Way”.
Post URL: https://bhavyashah125.wordpress.com/2017/12/23/3-relearning-the-computer-the-sightless-way/
Blog Address: https://bhavyashah125.wordpress.com/
P.S. While the shared blog post does not specifically pertain to NVDA,
I am certain that it will help remind us from where we came from as
screen reader users, the present situation of the adoption of NVDA in
training agencies, experiences of newbies with NVDA as their first, or
possibly second (as in my case), screen reader on Windows.
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