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RE: ASCII Ribbon Campaign

From: Harry Woodrow <harrry@email.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 03:19:15 +0800
To: "Phillip Pi" <philpi@apu.edu>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <FKEBLOLNECEDBLGBKJJJIEAHCCAA.harrry@email.com>
The version is limited to about half hour of use each time....
but no limit on the number of times


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Subject: Re: ASCII Ribbon Campaign


> >DOH! I guess my ASCII art is considered an accessibility barrier too.  
> >[runs away] Actually, what happens if a screen reader or any other
> device attempts to read my signature?

> I used to have an ASCII art graphic, of the (old) Idyll Mountain
> Internet "trees" logo.  I retired that when someone pointed out
> that it sounded like SLASH SLASH SLASH line noise.
> 
> >I wished there was an emulator to try it out :).
> 
> You can download trial versions of screenreaders -- for example from
> Henter Joyce (JAWS for Windows) which is www.hj.com unless they've
> moved around as a part of corporate reorganization.

Kynn, is there a freeware version or even an open source version? I don't
want to use it if it is limited (e.g. short amount of time). Thanks.
Received on Tuesday, 30 October 2001 14:19:42 GMT

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