Hi, the Station Play List studio and Station Play List Creator are both very accessible, well at least the version 3.2 that I have. I'm not real sure about the newer versions, but Ross had made it a point to pay attention to accessibility, so that's what I would recommend to you.
Oh, and by the way, I never needed any scripts to run them. Hope this helps a little. Frank.----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter Donahue" <pdonahue1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 9:29 AM Subject: Sam Broadcaster or Station Playlist
Hello everyone, I'm on the verge of purchasing radio broadcast software for use during convention streaming and other purposes. Before putting the plastic down Iwanted to find out if you have found the Sam Broadcaster or Station Playlistfamily of radio station software more blind-friendly. Right now we're leaning towards Station Playlist; particularly since there are JAWS scripts available for it. Has anyone created similar scripts for the Sam Broadcaster? I thought I heard that someone produced podcasts demonstrating these products. If so can you tell me where I can download them from? Thanks for the advice and assistance. Your thoughts and feedback will greatly aid our final decision. All the best. Peter Donahue "Will you come and awake our lost land from its slumber And her fetters we'll break, links that long are encumbered. And the air will resound with hosannas to greet you On the shore will be found gallant Irishmen to greet you." Will You Come to the Bower Traditional Irish Folk Song