Hi, As we've discussed before, free means that the source code is distributed with nvda, not that it doesn't cost anything. The fact that it doesn't cost anything to the end user is nice, but has nothing to do with it's being free.
Have you looked into sappi 4 and 5 versions of dekaccess and can you say for sure that there are none? Have you bought your own open version of dekaccess and tried to get it recognized by nvda? Can you say from experience that it doesn't work?
Thanks, erik burggraaf Certified Technician Assistive Computing LTD Support and training Sales department: 888-828-2445 Support and Training: 888-255-5194 Email: erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Website coming soon On 7-May-08, at 9:04 AM, Orhan Deniz wrote:
Not really for these reasons...1. DECtalk access 32 is not free. ya ahve to pay for it. Everything for the NVDA project is free.2. It's not sapi 5 or 4. Orhan Deniz. E-mail: Orhan.deniz63@xxxxxxxxx MSN/Windows Live ID: Orhan1793@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Skype: Orhan.deniz63 Blog: Http://WorldAndOther.wordpress.com Twitter: Http://www.twitter.com/kvp2008 ----- Original Message ----- From: Kevin Cussick To: nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 4:58 PM Subject: [nvda] deltalk acess32 with Nvda. Hi all, I wonder if it's possible to have dectalk access software working in the future? thanksfor any help in advance. -- Kevin Cussick E-Mail: kevin.cussick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Skype: mm0tmg To post messages to the list send email to nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To modify your NVDA Email settings go to: http://www.freelists.org/list/nvdaThank you for your continued support of Nonvisual Desktop Access, an open source free screen reader for Microsoft Windows:http://www.nvda-project.org/ To get the latest NVDA snapshot: http://www.nvda-project.org/snapshots/ Report bugs or make feature requests at: http://trac.nvda-project.org/ Message Archive: http://www.freelists.org/archives/nvda