Re: accessibility calls, but some questions from the mods of the forum in which they are being made

It makes sense, though poking at the messages isn't to hard to do.
Either they will or they won't make them more accessible--trouble's comment (what I could pick out of the grammar issues) sort of makes sense, though I'd think it's more the automation that's the issue currently.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Katherine moss" <plymouthroamer285@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2010 8:54 PM
Subject: RE: accessibility calls, but some questions from the mods of the forum in which they are being made


So now what can I say to get them to listen to me?  Somebody else on here
had the theory that MBAM is keeping their controls custom so that the
program can't be automated by scripting languages like AutoIt and VBScript.
Even my friend thought that mod was a little nuts.

-----Original Message-----
From: programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Trouble
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2010 10:49 AM
To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: accessibility calls, but some questions from the mods of the
forum in which they are being made

it only means that some of there custom controls wouldn't look so
pretty behind the scenes, and may make some above board look a bit
different. But as far as making the code easier to break for malware?
not at all.
Some coders out there think of the standard code as plane Jane code
or boring code. The more complicated they make the cooler they think
others think of them. Kind of like a guru of code or something like that.
Sure using basic code here and there ain't pretty under the hood, but
it still works just as fine and is easy to read when need too.

At 10:23 PM 8/28/2010, you wrote:
Hey folks,
I am currently discussing the topic of accessibility with the
moderators of the Bleeping Computer forum.  I made the coment that I
don't find MalwareBites anti-Malware as accessible as it could be
and suggesting that they talk to the developers about it and ask
them to possibly think about making the controls more
standardized.  One particular mod had the question of whether using
standard windows controls versus custom ones would cause the staff
at MBAM to have to do extra work to protect the program from
malware.  Does using windows controls equal a malware attack
vector?  I'm currently learning to program in C#, and the book I'm
reading says nothing about that.  Some input, explanation?  Many thanks,

Katherine


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