I agree! I think trying to take leadership on something you know very
little about is counterproductive and does little to help the cause. I know
very little about the Mac, but that does not, in any way at all mean I
don't support someone's right to choose a different operating system than me.
At 11:56 AM 1/20/2006, you wrote:
Amen to that!!!
-----Original Message----- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of JULIE MELTON Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 10:03 AM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: The Juice Receiver is cross-platform
What I think Chris and others are saying is not that they wouldn't be willing to help Mac users get accessibility. However, I feel Mac users should take the leadership in advocating for such. Something that bothers me is folks who don't take responsibility for their own accessibility issues. Again, if you start an accessibility project and need our help,I'm sure Windows users, most of us, anyway, would be more than willing to help, but please don't call us selfish because we don't take leadership on something about which we know very little.
Thanks for listening.
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>From: "BlindTech of BlindTechs.Net" <blindtech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> >Reply-To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Subject: Re: The Juice Receiver is cross-platform >Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 19:30:10 -0700 > >Are! You! Serious!!!?????? >So, your saying righyt now that accessibility is only validly avaiable for
>windows users and that is fine? not the blind that choose to use anything >else? >Wow, this is selffish If I ever heard of it. thats just so amazing, and >sad for all of us as a blind community as a hole. >On Jan 19, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Chris Skarstad wrote: > >>Hey, if people want alternatives, I believe the answer is most likely >>yes. >>I have to be honest when I say that I have absolutely no interest in >>using a mac, since Windows and JAWS serve their purposes just fine for >>me. That doesn't necessarily mean I won't ever try a Mac, but for now, >>this works. >> >> >>At 06:54 PM 1/19/2006, you wrote: >>>and my question is , will the blind community, and the blind >>>advocates for accessibility such as darel shandrow and the blind >>>access journal fight or request for accessibility for us, or is >>>accessibility only a jaws thing? >>>On Jan 19, 2006, at 7:21 AM, Jeff Bishop wrote: >>> >>>>There are accessibility issues with the Mac version. >>>> >>>>-----Original Message----- >>>>From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >>>>[mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jennifer >>>>Sutton >>>>Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 6:43 AM >>>>To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >>>>Subject: The Juice Receiver is cross-platform >>>> >>>>Hello: >>>> >>>>I've changed the subject line since this question wasn't relevant to >>>>my last message, at all. >>>> >>>>As I understand it, the Juice Receiver can be used on both Linux and >>>>the Mac. It's entirely cross-platform. >>>> >>>>If you get it to work with Voice Over, I'd love to hear that since, >>>>as far as I can tell, VO's ability to work depends on how programs >>>>are developed. But I don't want to turn this list into a discussion >>>>of Mac and VO since there are plenty of other places to do that. >>>> >>>>Go look for what you want to try by going directly to sourceforge at: >>>>http://juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/index.php >>>> >>>>I found this by using Google and searching on keywords: >>>>"ipodder for the Mac." It was right there on the first page. Don't >>>>forget that Google's your friend. >>>>Best, >>>>Jennifer >>>> >>>> >>>> >>> >> >> > >