Re: Advantages of NVDA over narrator on public terminals
erik burggraaf <erik@...>
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1, multi-language support, particularly in officially bylingual or culturally diverse regions.
2, ability to provide braille support built in particularly for the deaf-blind and considering low cost options such as orbit and brailleme.
3, Configuration options for custom apps that require extra overhead, although this is terrible design practice and should be avoided.
4, touch screen support for keosks that are touch based.
5, Frequent but optional updates to ensure stability, compatibility and performance.
6, Entities implementing NVDA in public spaces for accessible computing or terminal applications can and should pay something to support the development, but have the flexibility to choose when and how much.
That's what strikes me off the top of my head.
Hope this helps,
On October 21, 2018 1:32:23 AM "hurrikennyandopo ..." <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote: