[macvoiceover] Re: info from ms messenger page:

Same here, I noticed the same things Jacob, so still sticking with Adium for now


On Jun 30, 2008, at 10:25 AM, Keith Reedy wrote:

Jacob,

This is the kind of info we need, thanks.

Keith Reedy


On Jun 30, 2008, at 10:18 AM, Jacob Schmude wrote:

Hi
I just tried it and honestly, it doesn't seem much better than 7 was. Maybe I'm missing something but if I type a message I cannot see what I'm typing, as it's in a web content area. If I go to read the incoming messages I can do that, however. What's interesting is that if I turn VO off then on again it reads much better... until I start typing again, then it goes back to what I described. The only way I can see what I'm typing is to interact with the typing HTML area, but even then VO's cursor and the editing cursor don't follow one another, making editing almost impossible. There are a lot of unlabeled buttons in the conversation window's drawer without any help tags as well. This is what I've found so far, anyone else confirm or deny this? And if it's working fine for others, what am I missing? My version of messenger, straight from the about dialog, is Version 7.0.1 (080527).



On Jun 30, 2008, at 7:02, Keith Reedy wrote:

Well, has any one tried this yet and does it work? I hope to try it later today.

Keith Reedy


On Jun 30, 2008, at 9:39 AM, David Poehlman wrote:

The delicate terminology here is interesting; *s for emphasis added by me: "Messenger for Mac 7.0.1 is an integrated communications client that enables you to communicate with contacts within and outside your organization.
Messenger
for Mac 7.0.1 *improves support for users of the VoiceOver feature in Mac OS X,* and it fixes user interface issues that appear when Messenger is used
with
some European languages."

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