Re: Getting a little further with P M N.

  • From: Steve Holmes <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 09:28:26 -0700

Hash: RIPEMD160

More on this, I attempted to label these images in Window-Eyes and I
could also note the pixel placement but sometimes it seemed to vary in
column placement and a few times, the label definition wouldn't read
consistently.  This latter point might well be a Window-Eyes issue
inconjunction with Firefox and also WE's use of "mouse clips" instead of
whole line units.  Like I said in a previous message, I really wanna get
to the HTML itself and filter it through something that could correct
their broken constructs.  I not only wanna fix the link for adding to
playlist but I also wanna fix the "Play now" link.  And now they are
adding a "buy now" link and I haven't seen what that looks like yet.
That might also require the hatchet job too.

On Sun, Apr 02, 2006 at 03:36:08PM -0500, Kevin Reeves wrote:
> Hey folks. I found that I can add tunes to my playlist on the pmn with no 
> problem on my mac with Voice Over. I then log into my profile on my pc and 
> can download with ease. So what we need to figure out is precisely where in 
> that "Images/AddToPlaylist" link is the file labeled 
> "images/addToPlaylist.jpg." Is there anyone on this list who can see well 
> enough so that we can figure out some coordinates to give to jaws so that we 
> can click in that precise image. On the mac, I can just tab to it, use my 
> actual mouse and click with no problem. When I tried it with my laptop, it 
> didn't work. So how do we successfuly get around this for now. FOr me, I'm 
> going to use my PC to listen to all the music. Then, I will use my mac to add 
> all the songs that I want to download and either download them on the mac, or 
> use the PC later. It's all good. I always find workarounds. Be looking for my 
> new podcast entitled "Ramble Radio" in the next few days. It all depends on 
> whether I decide to buy cast blaster right now or not. Peace out.
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