Re: Scripting custom made software for a friend
Hello Shaun. They don't do that here in Canada. Maybe some governmenttoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
agencies might be required to use JAWS in Canada, but Shaw does not. I work
at a training centre for the blind, and we don't have a contract for JAWS
and we don't have exclusive agreements with FS so we could use NVDA as well
as JAWS in our centre. There is an 80 percent unemployment rate in Canada.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Scripting custom made software for a friend
I am not sure, any customisable things require jaws, its always been
I am surprised the place she works for doesn't just say you need jaws
thats what all the places I worked with did.
On a technical point in theory it should be good, but someone would need
to do inhouse stuff and well.
Saying that, if someone knew python and the addon writing stuff that was
in the company then they could do it, this is not jaws where everything
needs to be scripted for jaws.
We use publically released tools, languages, etc with our stuff its not
difficult if you know how.
At any rate, if you used just the nvda controler it couldn't be that
hard to expose controls.
Custom controls will always be a problem.
And to be honest, nvda's strong point is the newer web based
applications or basic windows controls.
I still have supernova/jaws for a few things with non standard controls
that need the extra power.
But some of those things can't see without scripts web based
applications in a fluent type of manner.
I am using thunderbird which is in fact a web based though locally
On 6/22/2018 3:31 PM, Sky Mundell wrote:
Hello list. I have a friend who works at Shaw, and she is using NVDA asher
screen reader at work. However, she has ran into a software that they arecan
script NVDA. Has NV Access ever delbt with agencies that need custommade
software scriptable with NVDA? Because I have listened to the NVDAKeynote,
and Michael from NV Access has mentioned that Babbage uses and supportsNVDA
as their primary tool and he'd like to be able to expand it so that it has