Re: Screen Reader Compatibility with Third Party Website(s)


 

On Thu, May 20, 2021 at 12:11 PM, Gene wrote:
those who want the best chance of getting better or good access should have both on their machine. 
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Accessibility aside, those who want an "optimal experience" (however they might define that) should have multiple browsers on their machine and know how to use them.  Even within a class of browsers that use the same common code (Chromium, in the case of Chromium, Chrome, MS-Edge, Brave, Vivaldi, and more) there can be slight differences in how well each "plays with" a given website.

Generally, having some variant of Firefox, if not Firefox itself, and at least two Chromium-based browsers (and MS-Edge comes with Win10) is a very good idea indeed.  And particularly where accessibility is concerned.  I've way more than once seen the same website work considerably more smoothly with a screen reader when one browser is being used versus another.
 
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042  

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