Technical support, user services, Q&A, etc.
Blindtech mailing list
This group is designed for blind and visually impaired computer users to discuss all aspects of their specialist software used to enable them to access their computer. It provides a support network where users and professionals in the field can help support each other and discuss and hopefully, resolve, issues or problems surrounding the access technology.
Golden Gate Computer Society discussion of Quicken programs
We're a friendly group of techs helping folks get the most out of their computers. Computer users of all levels of experience are welcome to join. Feel free to ask questions, no matter how silly you think they might sound. You can also feel free to answer them if you're so inclined. :O) Our motto is "The only dumb questions are the ones that are never asked".
This list is a forum for technical writers to discuss the theory and practice of technical communication. The forum will become an archive of useful tips and solutions regarding workflow queries, software usage, project planning, documentation standards...indeed anything of relevance to the profession of technical authoring.
Welcome to Blindeudora. This list is for the use of the email program Eudora and its special needs for the blind. The list does not limit its topic to just Eudora. Some computer tech questions get answered also. 1. Ask any question on Eudora or computers. 2. No flames, advertisements or spam allowed. YOU WILL BE REMOVED AFTER A WARNING! 3. Be nice to all members. They are here to help. Tim Blindeudora list owner.
A place for owners, and future owners to gather, and talk about ideas, problems or cool things we have found with the Melco Amaya commercial embroidery machine and it's technology.
At Computer Talk Shop we discuss all aspects of computing, from Windows to Linux, Microsoft to Mac. For the most part the conversation is slanted toward PCs running Windows for the obvious reason, Windows is what most people have. This list is for all ages, gender, and skill levels, and the discussion topics run from newbie to old-timer.
Triad Tech Talk is a mailing list designed with you in mind. The average computer user. This is where you can ask questions, help someone else, and discuss anything involving the computer or the internet. A place to learn more about them, how they work, and more importantly, how to make them work for you, from others like yourself. All things computer can be asked, answered, and discussed in this forum.
Help for using all of the Microsoft Office family of programs, including Access, Excel, FrontPage, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, Visio, and Word. Join and help each other with any questions or problems you may have.
This list is for the blind and visually impaired community to discuss Winamp, the popular mp 3 player from Nullsoft. Topics include, but are not limited to, instalation and setup, the Winamp preferences, and working with plugins. Note that to get the best out of this program, an intermediate to advanced knowledge of the Windows operating system is an absolute must. So if you're familiar with Windows, but just aren't familiar with Winamp, or if you already know Winamp and just have a problem, then this list is for you.
This list is essentially for U.K. based JAWS screen reader users, although anyone from anywhere is very welcome
GOODFEEL is a braille music translator progam that allows the user to create braille music without the knowledge of braille music. This list is for GOODFEEL users to discuss thier problems and solutions.
Welcome to BrailleNote Users (braillenote). This forum is a community-driven forum for users of BrailleNote family of products from HumanWare.
Information about the Daylon Leveller heightfield/terrain/bumpmap modeler and related subjects
This list has been disabled by its owner.
This list is for stock, bond and mutual fund investors who use screen reader technology to access various brokerage web sites and ttrading platforms.
Hier helfen sich Anwender des Genealogieprogramms Familienbande. Sie tauschen Informationen aus, stellen Fragen zu Pogramm und diskutieren über neue Funktionen. Hier bekommen Sie Informationen über neue Versionen aus erster Hand.
A list for J-Say users and people interested in J-say technology to share ideas get help etc.
support forum for the Iyonix computer. The Iyonix PC computer is an xScale based computer running the RISC OS operating system. It is NOT a windows machine. This group is intended to provide users with a dedicated support and self help channel. It is intended that this group replaces (in time) the firstname.lastname@example.org channel that has been used since the launch of the Iyonix PC.
A discussion group for users of XyWrite, the classic DOS and Windows word processor. Although most problems were resolved long ago, we continue to work on, and talk about, adapting XyWrite to modern operating systems, making it interoperable with browsers, email clients and other apps, and exploring its endless potential for customization, especially by means of the versatile XyWrite Programming Language (XPL). This group is a continuation of the mailing list hosted for many years at the Center for Computer Analysis of Texts at the University of Pennsylvania. We are not affiliated with that institution, or with the present or past owners of XyWrite.
Hemel Hempstead Risc OS user Group support maillist
The Brisbane Gold Client Group of Vision Australia are a group of blind and vision impaired persons who meet at least once a month for purposes of peer support and information sharing such as keeping up to date with the latest adaptive technology.
This list's purpose is to discuss the development and use of UAE (the Unix/Ubiquitous Amiga Emulator).
This is the mailing list of the Susquehanna Area Computer Access Technology Enthusiastes. We will post meeting announcements and minutes as well as allow members to discuss future meeting topics. This is also a forum for members to discuss various computer and access technology issues.
Information and help for problems related to computers, computer hardware, software, malware, and the internet. Our list has been active since about 2000 now, helping with all sorts of computer related problems, such as hardware, software, operating systems, viruses, and help with the internet in general.
CUSS is the Computer Users Support Service for the Aylesbury Vale branch of the University of the 3rd Age (U3A). This mailing list provides a support path for members to discuss and resolve their problems in the use PCs and PC software.
A mailing list to support and discuss problems that have been discussed in the WAUG meetings. WAUG meetings are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of the month.
The focus of this list is to allow All list members to share help and ideas with each other in an open environment. Here members can discuss PC tips, ask questions you have about your computer, and help others with your experiences. Everyone on the list is welcome and encouraged to help and give tips when they can. Remember the only stupid questions are the ones left unasked.
The South African government is currently the biggest employer in South Africa. This list is to keep our followers up to date with any new vacancies that were published by the Public Service and Administration Department. Communications are announcement only and this list will be mostly of benefit for South African citizens or people with a South African work permit. Visit our website at www.info-desk.co.za/government-vacancies/
This group covers all mainstream &; "alernative" Operating Systems' Error Messages, from Win, Mac &; IBM to Linux &; Unix distros (and others,) and deals exclusively with what "error messages" really mean, and how to solve the specific problems they refer to. Enterprise-only OSs such as Solaris, etc. will be added later.
This list is for people who facilitate support groups for adults with vision loss. The purpose is to exchange ideas and information about how to successfully facilitate vision loss support groups with the goal of helping adults with low vision emotionally adjust to vision loss and to be more independent in their daily life .
Blind and visually dissabled computer user group
A list for discussing adaptations to training dogs with clicker training using a wide variety of devices and techniques that do not require vision.
Our Computer Help & Discussion forum is for asking computer related questions and for sharing websites and ideas. Please read our policy on the posting of virus alerts. Virus Policy Small talk is always welcome, but any aggressive ridiculing of other board Members, bad language and general harassment IS NOT tolerated. Our Members list is moderated and joining the group for the sole purpose of posting spam on this list will result in the offenders immediate removal from the group. Please also bear in mind that the members of this group are of many nationalities, races, colors, creeds and religions. ALL equally welcome.
Freeware reviews, website reviews, tips, tricks, and security advice for Windows PC's. My entire newsletter archive can be seen at http://www.xanga.com/clifnotes_newsletters
A forum for users and translators of NVDA Korean.
Technology information, updates and "How-To"s passed on to clients of Tibbits Computer Consulting.
If you use the Recoll desktop search software and have a need to ask a question or discuss something with other users or the developers, this list is for you.
This list is for the open discussion of podcasting for blind and visually impaired users. Discussions can focus around listening and producing podcasts and all that generating podcasts is all about. We talk about the equipment required for doing ppodcasting and much much more.
By subscribing, you will get the latest updates on the KRC site. I will usually include full tutorials on the mailing list and a link to the section on my site. I will try to include the latest updates regarding technology generally (could be anything). If I have time, there will be an up-to-date news on the current viruses and fixes for them. This is really a newsletter to send out to the subscribers to view, but if you have a question that you want to ask, either post it here or on the messageboards at Yahoo (ez2compute7206).
A list to help those Commodore Amiga users who are transitioning across to the PC.
The ppurpose of the mailing list "pomagala" is to gather blind people from the ex Yugoslav countries, in order to discuss and share experience in using special ades for the blind. The discussion regarding the easyest ways of getting them on affordable price should be also available. Any offensive language, will be punished with the explanation by the owner.
For help on using Spacecadet and computer graphics software to render stereoscopic views destined for lenticular images. From Three Guesses. See http://www.threeguesses.com
Discussion of Parkway Technology issues.
A place to capture questions you'd 'ask Dodd' if he still sat by you. Likely to be mostly mainframe or linux related.
Mailing list dedicata alla diffusione di ITIL in Informatica Trentina
Discuss and share information as it relates to the use and training of Banner software.
Official mailing list of RapidShare Inspector, a nice and useful tool to monitor your RapidShare.com premium account.
Provides a support and discussion area for users of RISC OS !AntiSpam