[macvoiceover] Re: Safari reader super with Voiceover!

can you give an example?  I've tried several.

On Jun 8, 2010, at 12:43 PM, Dan wrote:

Hello Bob,
You mneed to be on a page with an article, before the reader will actually be 
available.
HTH,
Dan
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On Jun 8, 2010, at 4:09 AM, Bob Hill wrote:

> I downloaded the SAfari update this morning, but can't access the reader, 
> it's dimmed.
> When I go to the help item, it says the link for the reader can't be opened.
> <frown>.
> 
> Bob Hill
> 
> On Jun 8, 2010, at 1:11 AM, Olivia Norman wrote:
> 
>> I've updated, but I don't see how the reader works or where it is in the 
>> update.  Help?
>> Olivia
>> "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower", Steve Jobs
>> 
>> On Jun 7, 2010, at 10:08 PM, Keith Reedy wrote:
>> 
>>> Olivia,
>>> 
>>> It is in the Safari 5 update which should be through software update.
>>> 
>>> Keith Reedy
>>> On Jun 8, 2010, at 12:59 AM, Olivia Norman wrote:
>>> 
>>>> OK how on earth do I get safari reader? Apparently, the rest of the 
>>>> universe has figured this out, but I can't.  For some reason, when I try 
>>>> to launch the apple support pages to figure out what this safari reader 
>>>> is/how to download it, I get the system greeting saying "welcome to Mac os 
>>>> 10, Voiceover is running" this happens every time I try to interact with 
>>>> the HTML content.  
>>>> Does anyone have any help or advice here? I'm feeling a bit stupid and 
>>>> frustrated as it seems that other VO users have figured out how to get 
>>>> safari reader, what it is, and how it works.  Why might the APple support 
>>>> pages cause my computer to crash running safari 5?
>>>> I'd really love any help anyone can give me here.  I don't see the reader 
>>>> in any of the menus and can't look up anything on the support site with 
>>>> out my computer relaunching the mac system greeting instead of interacting 
>>>> with the HTML content!
>>>> Thanks, an d sorry for my frustration!
>>>> Olivia
>>>> "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower", Steve Jobs
>>>> 
>>>> On Jun 7, 2010, at 9:37 PM, Keith Reedy wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>> Hi folks,
>>>>> 
>>>>> If you are in an article, with the Safari reader, using Voiceover, you 
>>>>> can press command-A to select all then command-c to copy and command-v to 
>>>>> paste the article  right from the Safari reader.
>>>>> 
>>>>> I have pasted this article from Fox news as an example.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Keith Reedy
>>>>> 
>>>>> At Apple Event, Steve Jobs Unveils New iPhone
>>>>> 
>>>>> As Steve Jobs took the stage in California for the company's annual 
>>>>> developer conference, the Apple faithful collectively held their breath 
>>>>> -- what would the tech genius show off today?
>>>>> 
>>>>> Many details of Apple's next-generation iPhone were already widely known, 
>>>>> but expectations were nonetheless sky-high for the fourth-generation 
>>>>> smartphone's official unveiling Tuesday at Apple's Worldwide Developers 
>>>>> Conference (WWDC).
>>>>> 
>>>>> Jobs did not disappoint, unveiling a new phone operating system called 
>>>>> iOS4, video conferencing capability, and a next-gen phone with new 
>>>>> hardware tech fans are sure to drool over.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Calling it "beyond a doubt the most precise thing, and one of the most 
>>>>> beautiful we've ever made," Jobs brought forth the new iPhone, which he 
>>>>> said was 24 percent thinner than the previous 3GS model. The device, 
>>>>> which looked like a polished version of the phone Gizmodo introduced the 
>>>>> to the world in mid April, includes a front-facing camera and a slew of 
>>>>> technology innovations.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The iPhone 4 comes in two colors, white and black, and will cost $199 for 
>>>>> a 16GB version, and $299 for a 32GB model.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The new phone has a display technology that Jobs branded "the Retina 
>>>>> Display." He described the new display as better than OLED, which many 
>>>>> predicted would be the future of gadget display tech. Instead, it is a 
>>>>> form of LCD that Apple has optimized with an unusual 326-dpi resolution. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> He told the audience, "Your apps look even better, but if you do a little 
>>>>> bit of work, then they will look stunning. So we suggest that you do 
>>>>> that."
>>>>> 
>>>>> Jobs stumbled briefly connecting a phone to the network in the convention 
>>>>> hall for a live side-by-side demo of image quality from that new screen. 
>>>>> But the 3.5-inch, 960 x 640 pixel display was clearly quite impressive. 
>>>>> Later he attributed the glitch to the prevalence of over 570 Wi-Fi 
>>>>> hotspots in the room -- a testimony to the crowd's enthusiasm.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Jobs highlighted several other bits of new hardware -- including an 
>>>>> integrated three-axis gyroscope and a 5-megapixel camera with an 
>>>>> integrated LED flash -- before moving on to the main attraction: iPhone 
>>>>> OS 4.0, or iOS4.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The newest version of the software that powers the iPhone includes iBooks 
>>>>> and finally incorporates multitasking, allowing a user to run several 
>>>>> apps simultaneously, a limit that had infuriated owners of earlier 
>>>>> models. A nearly final version of the software was released to developers 
>>>>> at the show; the final version will ship June 21.
>>>>> 
>>>>> And iOS4 comes with "one more thing": video conferencing, through an app 
>>>>> called FaceTime. Despite continued networking glitches (which Jobs 
>>>>> laughed off as due to the number of Wi-Fi devices in the audience), he 
>>>>> demonstrated the new tech by placing a call to Jonathan Ives, the 
>>>>> long-time Apple designer responsible for much of the company's iconic 
>>>>> hardware.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Video chats are limited to Wi-Fi for the time being, until Apple talks 
>>>>> pricing with the network carriers, and the software places calls only to 
>>>>> other fourth-gen iPhones ... again, for now.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The software will be available on June 21 to current iPhone owners, a 
>>>>> free upgrade for everyone -- even iPod Touch users will finally get free 
>>>>> upgrades. (In the past, Touch owners were forced to pay for upgrades that 
>>>>> were free to iPhone owners.)
>>>>> 
>>>>> The company also formally unveiled the iAd platform. Jobs explained that 
>>>>> “Apple hosts and sells the ads, so all you have to do is tell us where 
>>>>> you want them and make the money.”
>>>>> 
>>>>> Jobs began the day by touting the success the company has had with the 
>>>>> iPad. The company has sold over 2 million devices so far -- "That's one 
>>>>> every 3 seconds," Jobs crowed. Those early adopters have purchased 35 
>>>>> million apps, or 17 per iPad. And with 15,000 apps submitted so far, 
>>>>> there has been no shortage to chose from. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> "We get about 15 thousand apps submitted every week. They come in up to 
>>>>> 30 different languages. And guess what: 95 percent of the apps submitted 
>>>>> are approved within 7 days," Jobs told the assembled crowd.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The Moscone Center in California had filled up early in the morning as 
>>>>> Apple developers, fans and journalists poured in for the annual event, 
>>>>> and Twitter feeds overflowed all day with enthusiasm and energy, notably 
>>>>> when Jobs announced that the popular Netflix app would be coming to the 
>>>>> iPhone, at some point in the summer.>
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