Re: In-Process is out


Jujube
 

You may :)

On 7/19/21, Quentin Christensen <quentin@nvaccess.org> wrote:
Thank you so much for the kind words! We do really appreciate hearing the
positive impact NVDA has for users!

May we please use your testimonial on our site?

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Fri, Jul 16, 2021 at 3:36 PM Jujube <ellaxyu@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks Quentin for the In Process posts. I really enjoy reading them :)
I'm actually pretty new to the list (have read through some archives
though
lol) and I hope it's okay to share a little testimony too since someone
else also did, but in short, you guys are awesome and I'm really grateful
for NVDA's existence. I use it on a daily basis and it has been my
primary
screen reader for the past 2 or 3 years. I had been exposed a bit to NVDA
long before I started using it but I was strongly encouraged to try it by
a
vision teacher 2 or 3 years ago to expand my options and get exposure to
alternate solutions, and I fell in love with NVDA very quickly because it
felt very comfortable, responsive, and most importantly, it ticked all
the
boxes for a good screen reader for me. In addition, the command structure
is quite similar to the (popular commercial) screen reader I was using
before, which enabled me to get around the computer and feel comfortable
with NVDA right from day one. Originally I was only planning to test NVDA
for a short period of time, but I ended up loving it enough to not want
to
switch back to my other screen reader much anymore even though I had full
access to it for quite a while. Now it's very hard for me to justify
spending tons of money on a commercial solution when there's a free
solution that serves me just as well.

Anyway, thanks for all the great work guys and I look forward to growing
with you guys for years to come. :) I am still young so my contributional
capacity is limited, but I definitely plan on donating in the near future
and contributing to this list more, and maybe someday I may become more
heavily involved in the accessibility field and NVDA would be a big part
of
that.


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