[nvda] Re: NVDA And The News Music Archive

All countries can get to it, however its only in english as far as i know.

On 10/3/2009 1:45, Brian Gaff wrote:
Would that site be available in other countries I wonder. If I get time I'll look.

Brian

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Trenton Matthews" <trenton.tmantv@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, October 03, 2009 3:24 AM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA And The News Music Archive


Hello folks,

Here's a site that NVDA works well with, however can't get to the flash
content automatically do to the way its designned.
The site is:

http://southernmedia-nmsa.com

NMSA means "News Music Archive."
In both firefox and IE, moving around the site works the same way, you
choose a link labeld station or theme for example to select your news TV
station, and on that page if you'd like to enter call letters instead,
press alt+s, and you'll find a serch box where you can type in the 4
letters of your tv station. For example, KUSA, then press enter.
After you choose the station you want, you will find lots of listen to
links, and those are the different periods of that station's news
package when it was used.
Now to listen to the music, flash is required.
So, in firefox, pressing o will take you to the object, and it will say
clickible object, however pressing enter don't do anything. You have to
press NVDA+space, then tab 1 or two times, then press space to play the
music.
In explorer, pressing o will say embedded object clickable, however
after pressing  enter on it, or tabing to it, it doesn't do anything,
and you can't get to it.
So this is one web site that it seems only system access can get at
curently without problems.
Jaws might be able to, window-eyes use to, will see in 7.5 in WE.

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