- Amateur programmer, looking to create accessible programs
Re: Amateur programmer, looking to create accessible programs
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hi arnold sir ,
i can help you in testing you can send me your programs and i will tell you if they are fine after running on my system
sir i have a question that is it necessary to take maths and science for become a programer
Create programs that generate text on the screen, and not
graphics, and you will have accessible programs for blind computer
users. This is especially true when the program operates in the
Windows console and not in its GUI. I have created and
distributed many such games and they have been used worldwide by
screen-reader users. You can create such programs in virtually
any programming language, including C#, C++, C, Python, and so
on. You can even enhance such programs by having them play wav
sound files at various points, such as in games.
Rich De Steno
On 6/27/2021 10:27 AM, tim wrote:
You might want to join program-l@...
There are a few c++ and Microsoft vips.
I'm an amateur programmer who is sighted, but I am looking to
create applications that are as accessible as possible. Are
there any good resources for learning how to optimize one's
programs for screen reader use? My particular focus would be
NVDA, which is why I'm here. My strongest language is Python,
though for various reasons I have been contemplating writing
applications in C# and would prefer to use that. Naturally, I'm
focusing on Windows environments for now. I am really at a loss
trying to find developer guides for the purpose. I'm hoping to
find suitable introductory material, but if I need to jump
directly into documentation, I'll do that. I just don't know
where to look, and I'm hoping that someone out there can provide
some guidance. My ignorance of the subject matter is profound,
but this is as good a time as any to educate myself, I guess.
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