Re: Tips for speed reading /listening with screen readers
That's impressive. Lemme guess, you were an early adopter of Braille? Itoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
can't recall many instances of someone who learned Braille beyond a really
early age where they could read out loud at the rate and fluidity of a
sighted person with print. At least not for an extended period of time.
I’m sure there have to be exceptions to the rule as with most things, but
I'll bet it's pretty rare.
I just wish NVDA would get better at Braille support. With my Brailliant BI
40, can't really make use of the command keys.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Rob Hudson
Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2018 8:35 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Tips for speed reading /listening with screen readers
Cristóbal <email@example.com> wrote:
I cant’ even imagine trying to read a book or anything really for anextended period of time in Braille. Much less at a rate of speed that would
make it even remotely close to synthesizer reading and comprehension.
I am a competent enough braille reader that I gave some thought to working
for a company narrating things on tape, or mp3, or whatever they do
nowadays. When I was in school, I got called on to read aloud in English
class more than almost anyone else there.
The only problem I see is that if i'm reading books in audible format, the
clicking of the braille display will be heard. I guess a noise gate could
filter that out, but that adds more processing time, which adds more
expense, which brings the cost to benefit ratio of hiring me too out of
balance. Another dream down the tubes.