Re: Accessible EPUB Reader
QRead which has been mentioned before. I think I paid something like $30. But well worth it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Back in the day, I used an add-on in Firefox called ePubReader, but don’t' know if it's still supported.
Remember though, ePub books are basically just zipped HTML files.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Lanie Molinar
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 1:02 PM
Subject: [nvda] Accessible EPUB Reader
Hi, everyone. Is there a good free EPUB reader that works on Windows 10 and is accessible with NVDA? I know you can read EPUB files with Microsoft Edge, but I was unsure of how well that works since I don't use Edge very much at all. I have Adobe Digital Editions, and reading books is accessible, but the list of books in my library isn't. It doesn't read any of the information about the book, so I have to use OCR to see which book I'm focused on, which is really annoying. I do like how Adobe Digital Editions syncs all books I add to my library with my Adobe account, but I'm willing to do without that if there's a more accessible alternative. Does anyone know of one? Thanks.
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