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  • From: Nimer <nimerjaber1@xxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 20:22:15 -0700

Not sure why this was held back, but if someone can give me an idea, this would be good. I know this person is on list though.


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Nimer J

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Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 15:14:49 -0900
From: Paul Tandy<paul96cars@xxxxxxxxx>
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Yes, for me it's very true.

Paul

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Date sent: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 16:59:57 -0700
Subject: blind_html Re: what's wrong with humanware?

I like this, and agree with this.

Nimer J

Paul Tandy wrote:
 Hi, I wrote this message.

 It's pretty cool.
 Read the following message.

 Hi, what's wrong with Humanware in my opinion? Do you think that
 I'm the only one who isn't necessarily pleased with Humanware's
 service?
 My sister is going to New Zealand, where as you know, the
 braille notes are made.  She is not going to see Humanware, for
 she is just on a vacation.
  I so much would like to go there, not for the vacation, but to
 tell Humanware my thoughts.  For 1, the customers on the braille
 note list, www.list.humanware.com do not even know about the
 keysoft upgrade that Humanware said they would launch of fall of
 2008.  Humanware hardly responds to the questions on the list
 that we have.  Now to be honest, I used to love humanware and
the
 braille notes.  I used to love their service.  They used to
 respond to people's questions.  Humanware is still a well-known
 company all arround the world.  Their company has grown, but
 previous braille note users are switching to other devices and
 companies.  For example, people talk about how the braille plus
 is so much greater than the braille note, and it probably is.
 The braille sense plus can suit my needs better than Humanware's
 product, the braille note.  It's cheaper too.
  When the braille note first came out, it was big.  It was like
 the first computer a blind person could use with braille.  It
was
 so popular with the latest programs computers could run.
 Internet, email, planner, etc etc.  But, now it seems to be
 lacking technology programs.  Humanware only supports Microsoft
 2003 and isn't there a microsoft 2007? Gwmicro, the braille and
 voice sense company said that supporting microsoft 2007 was
 written down to be on the new upgrade.  But with Humanware, they
 say nothing.  I ask: doesn't every one that has a braille note
 want to know the new upgrade?
  I shall no longer be able to support Humanware.
  For the customers sake, they should have a poast at least once
a
 week or maybe once a month talking about what's happening with
 keysoft 8.  Even if it just said: We have found a major bug and
 we are having trouble penning it down.  Or even just: The next
 upgrade is being tested for future release.  But no, they as I
 said do not poast.

 Paul
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