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I think both audio and text would be great. I mostly learn from
audio tutorials but when I forget something, I like to refer to a
On 8/28/2016 10:47 AM, RealTalk wrote:
Yes, I completely agree. Audio would be first, the text
format would be good for after a person listens to the audio
version. That way they have something to do a quick reference.
C I would agree with Janine that an audio tutorial would
be too great advantage for many users.
From my iPhone 6 S
What makes a good audio tutorial imho is a demonstration
of new aspects of the app. Some people are auditory
learners and sometimes a concept can just be explained
more easily by showing what it sounds like with the
I think that gives my vote to someone
actually also doing an audio walk-through of new
say yes, it wouldn't hurt to have both.
Yes, there is.
On 8/24/2016 4:01
AM, Chris Mullins wrote:
Is there not a textual What’s
New feature in the NVDA menu Help
Hi I am planning on doing
a what’s new in Nvda 2016.3 tutorial,
and I was wondering if it would be a
good idea to do a text version of the
tutorial along with the audio version.
Kenny Peyatt jr.