[nvda] little offtopic question

  • From: "Alf" <mario.percinic@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "NVDA mailing list" <nvda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 20:28:32 +0200

Hey everyone. Since this list is not only talking about nvda but about little accessibility and the usage of various programs and screen readers i'd like to ask you if there is a document which explains how to set up windows vista to be usable with screen reader. I know that vista is usable with its default interface, but to be honest for last 2 days that i have new vista machine at work, i really don't like how vista looks and behaves with screan readers :) So, i'm wondering if there is a document about setting vista to old classic look. Btw i tried to use a tool for tweaking vista called tweakvi but no luck, its not accessible, jaws just see parts of the screen and nvda doesn't see it at all.

Any help would be really apreciated.
Oh btw, if you have creative sound cards don't go to vista yet their default vista drivers are just piece of crap, and creative cards work worsed than cards on boards.
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