[access-uk] Re: Free Screenreader Is There already

I actually think that Thunder is something like a cut-down version of lookout but I might be mistaken. The information on the site wasn't very explicit.

Cheers,

Doris
At 04:18 PM 5/23/2006 +0100, you wrote:


That's interesting, Doris, but I think that the earlier discussion was on
something promised from Choice Technology (www.screenreader.co.uk).

I cannot remember having heard of screenreader.net before, but their
product could be a useful addition to what is available, particularly for
beginners.


Douglas On 23 May 2006 at 14:43, Chipmunks wrote:

> The other day you guys told me about an upcoming free widnows
> screenreader. Apparently it is hatched already and can be downloaded from
>
> www.screenreader.net
>
> the webpage doesn't give too much information but has the manual and a
> hotkey reference for download.
>
> I have not yet tried Thunder myself as I hope to find out if it
> installs a video hook or relies on msaa only.
>
> I hope this is really a working solution that can get people started with
> computers.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Doris
>

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