For those thinking about going to steam, please share your steam knowledge with
we who are still attempting to find our way in the steam world.
The company Valve Corporation the owner and designer of the steam world will
not return our phone calls nor our e-mail letters to recommend on how to make
steam more accessible to we who have to see through our ears and to use a
screen reader to access the steam world.
Please do a internet search something on the lines of
petitions to make steam more accessible to and or for the blind.
You’ll see several petitions that I’ve signed and others have added their
arguments on why steam should be more accessible for we the blind.
IYP is suppose to work with the current steam version of FSX.
But Dovetail Games who purchased the copyrights to FSX in 2014 is coming out
with a 64 bit processor version of FSX here’' roughly still in December of
I have talked to
Stephen Hood the main guy of the new flight sim department and his address is
Or if you want to go direct to the CEO.
That man’s name is
Mr. Paul Jackson, and his address is at:
I’ve expressed my concerns about having to work with steam with both of these
Also, if that doesn’t work.
One other person you can write to is the flight sim manager, who is Aimee
Sanjari and her address is at:
We must make steam more accessible to we the BVI Pilots.
I haven’t yet seen anything from the you tube subscriptions that I’m subscribed
to about demos and walk throughs of the new up coming version of Dovetail Games
new flight simulator project yet.
But when I do, I’ll share what I hear and from whom I hear it from.
My fee, is for those who do manage to find their way around in the steam world
and are successfully down loading and playing games from steam to share some
tips and tricks with we who are still learning our way around in this new
gaming world that sadly our favorite flight simulator and other games are going
Ron Kolesar AKA The Blind Pilot.
Or thanks to a sighted friend who helped me set up a steam account I’m known by