Re: Article on Screen Reader History (including NVDA)

Josh Kennedy

I also found out with the wayback machine by looking at an old copy of  from 1996, that keynote gold supported more languages than I thought it did. I got to hear samples from the old website but comparing them to eloquence, eloquence is much better. But it is funny listening to Keynote gold try to read mandarin Chinese. Also on the wayback machine on an old 1997 copy of  I guess they wanted to develop New York and Alabama accents for eloquence but never got around to it. And eloquence supported some sort of sapi standard since the early days of the mid 1990s. Keynote gold did not. Eloquence supported windows nt, what modern windows is still based on today, keynote gold at least did not. 

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