[macvoiceover] Re: A good Voiceover compatible Twitter client?

Well I can tell you what the buttons are. I only use one of them. Maybe the 
twitter users here can help me with another way to do it? I'll tell you in a 
second.

The first button opens the Twitter.com home page. 

The next one going to the right, isn't a button, and I'm confused why its 
labeled. There is nothing visually there yet Alex says "progress indicator" and 
it does absoutely nothing when I click it. It's not a button.  Just a space. 
Weird.  

The next three are the view preferences for the pod. The first of those, just 
to the right of "progress indicator" shows just the lists of twits, senders, 
senders pic if any, and time message was sent. The second of these one shows 
both the list and a floating picture of the words, and the third just shows the 
floating picture of the words and no list.  I think those two options are 
completely stupid. Someone thought it looked cool, I guess. I find it useless 
and annoying. 

The next three button continuing on to the right say "All" "Me" and "Url".  All 
shows everyone's twits. Me shows only your own.  And Url shows only the twits 
with Urls in them.

Now my question!  When I use the @ feature to respond to someone, all of the 
twits in my list changes so all the messages showing are from the person I'm 
replying to.

I change it back to everyone's twitter posts by going to the "All" button.

How do you change it back? Or does it change like that, your list of your Twit 
messages, after you reply to someone? I guess I'm asking what the next thing 
you do is after you send a message with @ in it is.

Trying to anticipate how to help Felix. Still trying to convince him to try 
Twitter. He doesn't like lists. But Twitter is different, so he might try it.

Thanks.

janet

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> From: starnoble@xxxxxxxxx
> To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [macvoiceover] A good Voiceover compatible Twitter client?
> Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2008 11:47:52 -0500
> 
> I'm wanting to get back into the tweeting thing. Anyone know of a good  
> VoiceOver compatible Twitter client? I've been messing with  
> Twitterpod, but can't figure out how to make new tweets to my account,  
> and all the buttons in the toolbar seem to be unlabeled. Any help or  
> advice anyone could give would be very much appreciated.
> 
> 
> Thanks in advance
> 
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