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RE: please help with any info

From: Kelly Ford <kford@teleport.com>
Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 10:17:26 -0700
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To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Has anyone been able to get these programs to work with a screen 
reader?  It seemed to me that they were in Java and even with all the Java 
accessibility installed and the latest version of JFW I couldn't read 
anything on the screen once I had these programs installed.


At 08:50 AM 10/5/00 -0400, you wrote:
>I have seen this product, and they have got a very good thing on their
>hands. It is really the next step in wed accessibility evaluation, and  they
>seem to have a very good grasp of the issues.
>Hope this helps.
>David M. Clark
>16 Harcourt Street, #2I
>Boston, MA  02116
>617-859-3069 : 401-679-0239 (eFax) : 617-290-3410 (cell)
>-----Original Message-----
>From: w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org]On Behalf
>Of Prof Norm Coombs
>Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 6:10 AM
>To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
>Subject: please help with any info
>I got the mail below about a company producing software to automatically
>make many fixes to web sites for accessibility.  Does anyone know anything
>about the product?
>Norman Coombs
> >Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2000 20:20:09 -0700
> >From: "Kevin P. Gough" <kevin@SSBTechnologies.com>
> >Subject: Web Site Accessibility Software
> >To: dickbanks@charter.net, nrcgsh@ritvax.isc.rit.edu
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> >Norman and Dick:
> >
> >From EASI's web site, I understand that you are teaching a course in web
> >site accessibility for people in higher education during the month of
> >October.  I write because my company, SSB Technologies, has developed
> >software tools that diagnose and retrofit web sites to make them accessible
> >to disabilities.  These tools might be helpful as teaching aids in your
> >class as well as when your students need to make their own sites
> >The tools test for over 85 violations of the Web Content Accessibility
> >Guidelines and offer over 65 automated "fixes" to make the site more
> >accessible.  We have found that the tools reduce the time that it takes to
> >make web sites and intranets accessible by 75% compared to doing it
> >manually.  Our web site, www.ssbtechnologies.com, has more information
> >the software and allows you to download a demo version of the tools.  If
> >are interested, I hope that we can connect in the next week to determine
> >we might be able to help you in your class or in your consulting practice.
> >I hope that all is well on your end.
> >
> >Best Regards,
> >
> >Kevin Gough
> >Director of Business Development
> >Kevin@SSBTechnologies.com
> >W: 415 553 8617
> >Fax: 208 567 9713
> >www.ssbtechnologies.com
> >
> >
Received on Thursday, 5 October 2000 13:17:50 UTC

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