I and many others do file bug reports. I don't buy this stuff you
keep promoting about lazy, good for nothing blind people. As a
private beta tester and overall ravel rouses, I can't count the
number of e-mails to software developers I have sent. The real
issue is that the software developers are many times just plain
insensitive to these complaints. This does not mean we shouldn't
try, but simply condemning all blind people or most blind people in
the way you do is not valid.
On 4/9/2020 12:57 PM, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Apr 9, 2020
at 12:42 PM, Gene wrote:
My question is why this wasn’t caught by reports from
blind people before the release version.
Gene, do you honestly think that there were many, if any, based on
what has been seen here and on other screen reader and associated
My point, which seems to have eluded you, is that I constantly see
complaints about issues, but when I (or you, or anyone else) bring
up the fact that you must report them if you want to have any hope
of their being resolved there is generally nothing but the
proverbial crickets in response.
I have no reason to believe, based on what I have observed on
multiple blind technology related groups, that most (and I do mean
most, the vast majority most) screen reader users have ever filed
a trouble ticket/bug report. And until or unless they do they
should not expect prompt attention to issues that may not even
have been recognized.
Each user demographic is and should be responsible for advocating
for themselves by reporting the issues they encounter to those who
can fix them. No one else will, or should.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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