Re: About accessible book reading apps
Yep. Doesn't seem like a lot to ask, but all those thigns together are oddlytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Devin Prater
Sent: February 22, 2019 4:25 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] About accessible book reading apps
I'm still looking for a good, free program to do this, which will preserve
formatting, like italics and bold. I just need it to open EPUB files, work
with links, both external and internal, show a table of contents when asked,
and save my place in the book. For now, I use my Mac, with Emacs, and
Emacspeak to read Emacs, and the nov-el addon to read EPUB files.
On Feb 22, 2019, at 3:00 PM, JM Casey <email@example.com> wrote:worth the money because it does open these files really quickly.
ability to read with anything other than your actual screen reader because
every time I hit control+s to enable speech from QRead's own ability to
enable that feature, it starts at the beginning of the book or document that
it's reading from, no matter where the cursor used to be in the document.
However, to make this on topic, if you read with just NVDA and whatever
voice or synthesizer you choose to use and use your say-all command, it
works beautifully! I can't use my Ivona Kendra voice, though, because of the
issue I described above. I have an earlier portable version of QRead for
times when I want to use Kendra, though.