Category Archives: Window-Eyes

Window-Eyes is a screen reader for individuals with visual issues

I’m Not Dead Yet (In a British Accent)

I know a few of you have asked if I had written anything on my blog in a while and I have had to say no I have not. After reading @Nacin‘s blog post yesterday about it being months, since … Continue reading

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Need Help Deciding which Web Application to Build

Now that the house issues have been mostly settled I can get started on building one of the many small web applications that I have been tossing around. Some of these ideas I have been thinking about for what seems … Continue reading

Posted in 508 Compliant, Accessibility, BarCamp, Best Practices, Design, Development, JAWS, Layout, NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA), NVDA, PHP, Screen Reader, UI, User Interface, Web Applications, Web Standards, Window-Eyes | 13 Comments

“Say-Instead” Part of CSS3

Again while in Austin, Texas, I was talking with Charles L. Chen about his CLiCk Speak Firefox extension and he showed me that by using the new CSS3 property called “say-instead“, which is used to allow screen readers to pronounce … Continue reading

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The “Fire Vox” Firefox extension is a FREE screen reader

Over a month ago I downloaded the Fire Vox Free screen reader extension for Firefox that acts like a screen reader and was created by Charles L. Chen. I found that it was of great use and I assume it … Continue reading

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CLiCk Speak Firefox Extension

Last year while at SXSW 2007 in Austin, Texas, I spent some time at the Knowbility trade show booth and talked with a young man by the name of Charles L. Chen about his Firefox extension CLiCk Speak. I have … Continue reading

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