[adaptech] Re: Fw: Window-Eyes 4.21 is here!

  • From: "Shane C.A. Lush" <sca.lush@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <adaptech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 14:24:46 -0500

From the administrator.
I would like to thank Matthew Elef for forwarding the message about window
eyes 4.2.1.
Now, my site has 2 URL's
,For the most up to date site:
If that URL doesn't work go to:
Thank you

----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Elliff" <gowrone@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <adaptech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 1:30 PM
Subject: [adaptech] Fw: Window-Eyes 4.21 is here!

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Clarence Whaley" <clarence@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: "gw-info list" <gw-info@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 12:21 PM
> Subject: Window-Eyes 4.21 is here!
> January 13, 2003
> Window-Eyes 4.21 is released!
> (Fort Wayne, IN) -- GW Micro, creator of Window-Eyes, is proud to announce
> the release of Window-Eyes Standard 4.21 and Window-Eyes Professional
> 4.21.  Window-Eyes is a software screen reader for people who are blind
> that gives them the power to carry out complicated tasks with the ease
> previously enjoyed only by the mouse user.
> Since approximately 33% of its employees are blind, GW Micro realizes the
> importance of having a product that meets both leisure and work-time
> needs.  Below are just a few examples of how those needs are being
> addressed:
> .       GW Micro has worked closely with RealNetworks to provide
> accessibility to their new and exciting RealOne Player product, using
> MSAA.  This new access provides the user with all the audio available on
> the Web.
> .       Many people who are blind are programmers and need access to
> available tools.  GW Micro is pleased to offer support in their new
> 4.21 to the Microsoft Visual Studio.net product, thus allowing programmers
> who are blind access to the most modern tools.
> .       Several major corporations use Lotus Notes for their e-mail.
> Notes Version 6 and Window-Eyes 4.21 meet their e-mail needs reliably.
> Window-Eyes 4.21 also features the long-awaited video chaining element
> (DCM) which, when fully implemented by other companies, will greatly
> enhance the lives of people who must have different assistive technology
> products installed.  This technology will enable agencies working with
> people who are blind to show all types of AT products and not have to be
> concerned about order of installation.
> Clarence Whaley, Director of Sales and Marketing for GW Micro, stated,
> "Everywhere I travel instructors are concerned about having many AT
> products on their systems because of the conflicts that can and do
> occur.  DCM is the answer to that problem; we strongly encourage other
> companies to implement DCM as soon as possible.  It is now available for
> Window-Eyes users."
> Window-Eyes 4.21 is now available for purchase.  Window-Eyes Standard
> compatible with Windows 9x and Me retails for $595.00; Window-eyes
> Professional compatible with Windows XP, 2000, 9x and Me retails for
> $795.00.  Owners of Window-Eyes Standard 4.2 and Professional 4.2 can
> download a free upgrade to version 4.21 from our web page: www.gwmicro.com
> Dan Weirich, co-owner of GW Micro, states, "As I travel around the
> I am so pleased with the impact Window-Eyes is having on our customers.
> are committed to producing the product of choice for people who are
> Founded in 1990, GW Micro, a Fort Wayne, Indiana-based, assistive
> technology company, is committed to producing the most reliable screen
> reader available for people who are blind.  Window-Eyes allows them to
> (with speech synthesis) and feel (via refreshable Braille displays) the
> Microsoft Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, and Windows XP operating systems.
> Contact: Clarence Whaley
> clarence@xxxxxxxxxxx
> www.gwmicro.com
> Clarence: 615-383-6248
> Main office: 260-489-3671
> Clarence Whaley
> Director Of Sales And Marketing
> GW Micro
> E-Mail:  Clarence@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Direct Voice (615) 383-6248
> Direct Fax (615) 269-5288
> GW Micro Voice Number 260-489-3671
> http://www.gwmicro.com
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