[access-uk] Re: Sight Village

Hi, unless it's changed Anapod is *not* free.

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You wrote:
I used a program called XPlay but it wasn't 
free.  Maybe anapod will do a similar job, XPlay 
is a way of transfering music without all the 
extra iTunes stuff that you may not want for 
basic use.  Oh and its accessible but I say look 
at anapod first because I think its free.

At 09:11 18/07/2008, you wrote:
>Hi Yusuf

>With the utmost respect to what Brian does, the 
>problem with scripts for Itunes that he produces 
>is that every time there is a JAWS upgrade, then 
>scripts have to be written to keep up with that 
>version.  I just want to be able to plug my Ipod 
>into my PC and transfer across any stuff I want 
>to load onto it.  Is the feature to do this 
>within Windows Explorer, so it comes up like an 
>external hard drive, a free utility?

>I'd be very interested to hear of other peoples' 
>experiences with this and the Itell.  I was 
>impressed with what it did on an Ipod Cobolt 
>were demonstrating.  I don't have an Ipod, but I 
>could be tempted if I could access the software appropriately.


>Jackie Cairns

>Braille Support Adviser

>Email: Jackie.Cairns@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

>Sight and Sound Technology Ltd

>Welton House North Wing

>Summerhouse Road

>Moulton Park

>Northampton

>NN3 6WD

>Telephone: 0845 6347979

>or

>Telephone: 01604 798070

>Fax: 01604 798090

>Web: www.sightandsound.co.uk

>-----Original Message-----
>From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Yusuf
>Sent: 18 July 2008 09:57
>To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [access-uk] Re: Sight Village

>Hi jackie, I haven't done this for quite a while 
>but I used to use Anapod explorer to transfer 
>stuff from my computer to the Ipod.

>But with the scripts that Brian's done for Jaws 
>and ITunes I think it is possible to do the same using ITunes.

>Before those scripts were written it was 
>possible to transfer your entire music 
>collection but I wasn't able to find a way to be 
>selective in what I transfered or to do anything 
>more advanced than simply getting it on to the IPod.

>Someone I know has bought the ITel and I will be 
>interested to know what they think of it.
>Yusuf
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jackie Cairns" <cairnsplace@xxxxxxx>
>To: "Access UK Mailing List" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 6:43 AM
>Subject: [access-uk] Sight Village


>Hi All

>Can I just thank all those who came to say hello at Sight Village this week.
>It was lovely to put voices to some very familiar names on the list.

>I didn't get much of a chance to wander around 
>because of strutting my stuff on the Sight and 
>Sound stand, but I did have enough time to pop 
>over to the Cobolt stand, and look at their new 
>ITell gadget.  For anyone who doesn't know about 
>this, it is a small device that plugs into the 
>bottom of an Ipod that enables us mortals with 
>little or no sight to use the Ipod with speech.
>I thought this was a really interesting 
>gadget.  It doesn't work on either the Shuffle 
>or Itouch, but all the other models seem to 
>support it.  The only thing that concerns me, 
>however, is how one would transfer material from 
>their PC to the Ipod if Itunes software isn't 
>accessible.  Perhaps some who do this already 
>would like to elaborate as it might potentially be a stumbling block.

>The ITell retails at £59.95 I believe, but I 
>thought it was the most interesting gadget other 
>than the K-Reader phone, of course! (smile).

>Anyone else see anything interesting and "different" this year?

>Jackie

>Email: cairnsplace@xxxxxxx
>Skype Name: Cairnsplace

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