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Re: Rockville, MD- Seeking low vision users for testing federal website

From: Tim Roberts <tim@wiseguysonly.com>
Date: 18 Dec 2002 19:10:33 +0100
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How about getting this back to a discussion and losing the bitchiness.

That would be everyone involved.

Tim


On Wed, 2002-12-18 at 18:56, Joe Clark wrote:
> > NO! the point is web sites should be designed to work on ALL adaptive
> > browsers not ONLY the most expensive.
> 
> Write standards-compliant pages and go home.
> 
> > > Name two open-source screen readers that handle Web pages as well as
> > > Jaws or Window-Eyes. And work on common operating systems. And can
> > > be acquired and installed today.
> >
> > and explain how Jaws or Window-Eyes work on a Mac, or Uinx operating
> > system, or on a 286 with 100mb harddrive and 10mb Ram???
> >   heck explain how Jaws or Window-Eyes will work on my Pentium with a
> > dual hard drive 40gb/4gb and the latest and greatest Red Hat 8.0 OS, and
> > logging onto the web in Lynx (latest version)
> >
> > it works both ways
> 
> I note that no one is able to meet my challenge.
> 
> > I understand your bias,
> 
> I have an *opinion*, not a bias.
> 
> > and sell JAWS to the big corporations
> 
> I do no such thing!
-- 
Tim Roberts <tim@wiseguysonly.com>
WiseGuysOnly
Received on Wednesday, 18 December 2002 13:07:06 GMT

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