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Re: User Testing of Accessiblity Features

From: Tim <dogstar27@optushome.com.au>
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 01:47:09 +1000
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Good point Tighe,

I am humbled and repentant for removing voices from the CSS.
One small problem I have is that I have to install a complete Linux 
operating system to test the voices with EmacsSpeak .

Tim

On 31/08/2007, at 1:00 AM, Tighe K. Lory wrote:

>
>
> I understand your point, but lack of aural stylesheet support is not a
> reason to not use them.  Even if the only client that would use them is
> EmacsSpeak.  If we (developers) don't use aural stylesheets what 
> incentive
> is there for the manufactures to add in support?  It think what would 
> be a
> good start for increased aural stylesheet use would be a Live Linux CD 
> that
> comes with EmacsSpeak installed.  This could easily be distributed to 
> the
> visually impaired community.
>
>
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