[macvoiceover] Re: New version of Olearia

We are working on it. The programmer need to study for a test however so it will be a while.


Greg Kearney
Curtin University Centre for Accessible Technology
www.cucat.org

On Nov 4, 2008, at 7:24 AM, Jacob Schmude wrote:

Hi Greg
Great news. Just wondering, how close are we to having text-only DTBs working, like those from Bookshare?


On Nov 4, 2008, at 09:22, Greg Kearney wrote:

We continue to make new beta versions of Olearia. The latest ada preference option to open the last book played when you start Olearia. It also fixes a few bugs as well.

I will be working on some method of installing my launch script unless someone at Apple can tell be a better way to do launching of applications on disk insert.

Olearia is a free, open source DAISY digital talking book player for Macintosh computers running MacOS X 10.5 or better. it can be found at:

http://www.cucat.org/projects/olearia

as well as MacUpdates and Google Code which also has the source code for download.

Greg Kearney
Curtin University Centre for Accessible Technology
www.cucat.org


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