Francois, If you are referring to radio buttons then screen readers identify them just fine. In fact, if you use any of the standard Windows controls screen readers should work well with them. I thought that was what SWT was made up of. Except for the strange combobox in the Recent Files dialog, I haven't seen any controls in the BB GUI that don't work well with screen readers. With that combobox, I think it is the way it is set up not the actual combobox. This is just my opinion. The best way to find out how your code works with screen readers is to let us try it before you get everything coded so that it doesn't work! (BIG SMILE) Best regards from Ohio, U.S.A., Vic E-mail: vic.beckley3@xxxxxxxxx -----Original Message----- From: brailleblaster-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:brailleblaster-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of François Ouellette Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 3:09 PM To: brailleblaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [brailleblaster] Best GUI controls for screen readers A candide question: can screen readers identify controls such as radio fields and whether they are selected or not? What are the best controls to use for those who cannot see the screen? I thought that buttons with text labels would be the simplest and most effective. Thanks. François.