Re: NVDA Add-on Idea: Output everything normally spoken as CW
The only practical and not just fun for hams reason to do this
would be as a temporary alternative for the profoundly deaf-blind
when their braille display stops working with NVDA. But how many
of them know Morse? Probably an extremely small number lol.
scenario: braille display doesn't respond. User uses QWERTY
keyboard and launches CW addon via shortcut. Puts hand on speaker
and navigates, very, very,
using Morse output until they solve the braille issue.
On 8/12/2022 12:34 PM, Gene wrote:
I just read the article. Unfortunately, the programs discussed are all apps for smart phones. But if you want to use a smart phone for this purpose, you may find something you like.