Re: OEClassic gets an update fixing more accessibility issues
Karim Lakhani <karim.lakhani@...>
thanks can we close this list to many questions are being asked when we can rely on google.
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Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 5:49 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] OEClassic gets an update fixing more accessibility issues
A Google search for OE Classic identities shows this article as the first result:
Yes, it has identities. It doesn't say whether they are available in both the free and paid versions.
See this page, containing a table about features. You can't read it using table commands but just down arrowing through it reads self-explanatory lines and it makes perfect sense and is in logical order.
Identities are only available in the pro version, which you must pay for.
Message rules are available in both versions.
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The question is, does it have identities in a free or relatively cheap
version. This and message rules are the most important things along with
read and unread flag reading etc.
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From: "Robert Kingett" <kingettr@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 1:05 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] OEClassic gets an update fixing more accessibility
I did some web crawling. The pro version has identities, so not sure if that
is something you want, but I would comb through all of their news section
( https://www.oeclassic.com/news ) to see what features have been added. The
free version is on 27 now. 28, the more accessible version, will be free
when the pro version shoots up to 29. I can wait. No big deal for me, but I
think it is a one time payment? And you get upgrades for life? I'll have to
look at the website again though.