Hi all. As mentioned previously on the list, we have been putting together a web site for NV Access. The new Web Site is now live, and you can visit it at: http://www.nvaccess.org As many of you may know, NV Access is a non-profit fundraising organisation based in Australia, currently supporting NVDA. The organisation was created this year to support free and open source software solutions (such as NVDA) that improve access for blind and vision-impaired users. Some list members have been asking about NV Access and how they can donate or help. The web site has a "Donate" button and a "Helping Out" link, each taking you to pages that give detail on how you can assist NV Access. Aside from posting a donation by mail, we have a linked PayPal Account, so it is possible to donate by credit card or from a PayPal account, all from buttons on our "Donate Page". Also, as we are a not-for-profit organisation in Australia, we do not pay tax, so every cent you send will go right into supporting projects like NVDA. You can also help by donating equipment and/or getting involved in the projects and contributing to the open source community. The site has been designed with web accessibility in mind, it has some accessibility features and long descriptions of our logos (mentioned on the "About this site" page), it is made up of valid XHTML 1.0 Strict and valid CSS, and works well in most browsers such as Firefox 2, IE 6 and IE 7. Of course, it reads quite well when using NVDA. The web site also has a "Projects" page, giving information and links to NVDA, other pages on how to "Contact Us", pages that tell you all "About Us" in detail, etc. Please have a browse and enjoy. Mat.