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Re: trying out emacspeak



no dumb screenreader gives voice lock --for why emacspeak is
not a screenreader 
--aka why screenreaders are "dumb"
see my publications on the Cornell site.
>>>>> "Phil" == Phillip Lord <p.lord@hgmp.mrc.ac.uk> writes:

    Phil>        Can I thank everyone for their advice. I
    Phil> tried using ViaVoice before and had a few
    Phil> problems, but mostly with the MIDI, which I can't
    Phil> get to work on my machine (believe my I have
    Phil> tried. Among other things I am a musician).

    Phil>        I gave it another bash, and got it
    Phil> working. There were a few minor problems. I had to
    Phil> change permissions of a couple of files to a+r
    Phil> manually (eci.ini, and the outload shared
    Phil> libraries).

    Phil>        It all seems to be working nicely now. I
    Phil> tried it out on Java files....oh my god it does
    Phil> syntax highlighting!! Never expected that.
      
    Phil>       I've never used a screen-reader or other
    Phil> such support before so I am not really a fit
    Phil> person to comment on how good it is. But I will
    Phil> anyway, and say its looks very impressive. I shall
    Phil> give a demonstration next week to my colleague.

    Phil>        Cheers

    Phil>        Phil
       

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--raman

      
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