Re: Interesting news
Kenny Dog <hurrikennyandopo@...>
I guess also it would solve a lot of access problems as well around the world. I mean as to go up to any computer any where running Windows and use a screen reader. You can not really say narrator is one or if it is very basic. funny thing is that I did not know how many shortcuts etc it actually had until I looked at a list of shortcuts for it.
That is narrator.
If that was to happen they don't want it locked down you still want them to innovate.
Then again there is no reason why a government or governments can not just buy this project and pay there wages and flick off all the stuff that is plugged into the government
I mean as in a lot of countries there are certain projects for the blind and visually impaired that get there funding from the government no names mentioned.
These times are changing and hopefully prices will come down for adaptive technologies or the smart phone will do a lot more for us.
For example the new braille orbit reader that is coming out and will it be supported by NVDA?
like we have here.
On 15/06/2016 7:07 AM, erik burggraaf wrote:
I hear you and I'm a proud supporter of NVDA. Here's my thinking though, and I'm sure it won't be popular but here goes.
-- Check out my website for nvda tutorials and other blindness related material at http://www.accessibilitycentral.net