Re: delphi and screen reader api?

Yes, NoteTab is developed with Delphi, as is Inno Setup.

Jamal


On 7/26/2010 7:12 AM, Homme, James wrote:
Hi,
I'm pretty sure that Notetab is a Delphi application. It's very accessible.

Jim

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[mailto:programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jamal Mazrui
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Subject: Re: delphi and screen reader api?

I do not know Delphi, but would be shocked if the current version could
not access COM servers and standard Windows DLLs.  I would definately
think that Delphi apps could use screen reader APIs on Windows.

Jamal


On 7/23/2010 9:55 AM, Alex Hall wrote:
Hi all,
I know absolutely nothing about Delphi, but I am asking this for
someone else / out of my own curiosity. A man told me in an email that
he uses Delphi, with object-oriented Pascal underlying it (I hope I
got that right). My question is: can he interface with Jaws or
Window-eyes through their built-in APIs, and could he interface with
NVDA and SA through their dll controllers?

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