I think James would agree this is JAWS- and screenreader-related because Webvisum, the company, requires some evidence of visual disability by virtue of demanding that new users obtain invitations. My apologies to James if he disagrees. I have experience with Webvisum, for which Firefox is needed. Once you have followed the website's instructions (listed in another reply) for obtaining an invitation, Webvisum makes CAPTIA very easy. Land on the webpage and press alt-control-6. You don't even need to be in the relevant field. Wait a few moments and Webvisum will notify you that the field has been filled in. Press the button to go to the next page, and you'll be in. It's a little spooky. _____ From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mike Mote Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 8:53 PM To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: A question about captchas. Hi folks! I know this topic has been discussed in the past, but I'm needing some helpful hints on dealing with security text on web-sites. I like to visit a sight that makes you type a word or phrase every time you log on, even though I have a password. How do blind folks read these without the help of sighted assistance. Thanks very much!