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From: Robert Neff <rneff@moon.jic.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 10:39:46 -0800
Message-ID: <004c01be7881$308e50a0$4b109cce@rneff.jic.com>
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Is there a comprehensive list that has all browsers and devises and thier versions for people with disabilties?  Could we maintain one or would this for another group's responsibilities?

Say I want to download an older version of pwWebSpeak to use or test and then delete, I have to go find it.  Same with all versions of the GUI browsers. lynx, emacs and screen readers, webtv.

Could we form a relationship with all the browser and devices and have them provide us the links to older versions on their sight. Can we maintain all the older versions.

Like many poeple, I am hunt for the information and still dont always know where the other stuff is.  Especially if i am away from the my desk.  I have some links at <http://www.webspots.net/mas_ref.htm#Web Browsers>

12. Web Browsers   
    1.. WebTV <http://developer.webtv.net>
    2.. Browser Watch is a list of browser compiled by an independent source - itís a great reference. <http://browserwatch.internet.com/browsers.html>
    3.. Text-based web browsers   
    EMACS <to be provided - need to get the URL from T.V. RAMAN>
    Lynx  <http://lynx.browser.org/>
    Lynx Viewer   <http://www.delorie.com/web/lynxview.html>
    4.. Voice-based web browsers
    pwWebSpeak  <http://www.prodworks.com/pwwebspk.htm>
    Netphonic  <http://www.netphonic.com/> 
    5.. Screen Readers:  
    WinWision  <http://www.artictech.com/index.htm>
    Jaws For Windows  <http://www.hj.com/> 
    6.. Graphical-based web browsers
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 2 and 3
    Netscape 2, 3, and 4
    Opera <http://opera.nta.no/>
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