I have to begin this email by saying that I'm so mad at Apple right now that I'm about to blow a gasket. I paid their recommended consultant $300 this morning, and I still don't know if Logic can be made accessible. Some elements are, but important things like the track list cannot be seen as far as we can tell. The problem is that no one at Apple Care knows what Voice-Over is.at least not the six people ive spoken with over the past couple of weeks. If you aren't going to have a dedicated accessibility specialist, then at least make sure your people know your accessibility features well. The pro software support guy kept thinking I was talking about doing a voice-over. I mean seriously? The consultant that I paid was very nice and as helpful as he could be, but he didn't know too much about VO, either. Who should I contact next? I'm not through with this one. <smile> Somebody at Apple with some understanding of VO is going to talk to me before I give up. <smile> I mean, I've got frequent flyer miles.I'll go out to California and sit with an engineer until he makes Logic work. It's really so close to being accessible. I don't think it'd take much. Thanks for letting me rant. GRRRRr.