Re: jaws, NVDA or Window-Eyes

  • From: Marijan Janev <janevm@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 02 Feb 2008 14:30:03 +0100

Of course. There will be much more supported interface languages in the future. NVDA is the the biggest and best surprise for us blind people I have ever seen. Concerning speech synthesizers, Espeeak already speaks in about 30 languages.

Allan Wong said the following on 02.02.2008 13:38:
ya, is true, too erly for that, but the developers for NVDA are working day and night now, so i think we will have a perfect open source screen reader very soon. the good news is, at the current moment, NVDA do support many languages which JAWS also not support it even the program already in the market for many years. strange right?

Warmest Regards,
Allan Wong

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2008 20:22
Subject: Re: jaws, talks, or mobile speak

It's too early for that. After year or two - it's possible.

Spongebob SquarePants said the following on 02.02.2008 12:20:
Ok, how you all think about NVDA?  Are this screen reader can replace a jaws next time?
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