Re: Any accessible hex editors for screen reader users?
Hi, Paul. XVI32 is accessible if memory serves--& sometimes ittoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
actually doesn't. It's also a disk editor.
Brian v, just so you know, often these hex editors don't show the
screenreader the cursor, which is what prompted Paul's question. He's
trying, I'm pretty certain, to avoid the very tedious, time-consuming,
& bandwidth-sucking process of downloading something only to find the
cursor, for him, just isn't there. It's a real pita. So,
unfortunately, search engines aren't much help in this regard. HTH,
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