Re: Accessible voice and text chat
Microsoft may have a better record on accessibility than "many othertoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
companies", but depending on which other companies you compare them with, that
may not be saying much.
Also, given their overwhelming dominance in the desktop (laptop) computing
market, I think they have not done as well as they should have done in terms
I think Apple were late starters in the accessibility arena, but once they
decided to go for it, they showed how it should be done, and Microsoft have
simply played catch-up, in order to avoid total embarrassment (rather like
they had to in the mid 90s when they suddenly realised that people had found
out about the Internet, and if they didn't do something quick, they'd be left
behind in the networked world).
On Monday 23 July 2018 at 22:29:59, Gene wrote:
I'm saying this not as a moderator, but as a list member. I really object
There's a good theatrical performance about puns on in the West End. It's a
play on words.
Please reply to the list;
please *don't* CC me.