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Text-to-speech feature: a real help ?

From: Régine Lambrecht <Regine.Lambrecht@tipik.eu>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 15:17:02 +0100
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Dear all,

do you have references on how impaired users consider text-to-speech alternative, such as Readspeaker (http://www.readspeaker.com).

Is it a good feature to add to a page that is already accessible ? Does it help impaired users or do they consider this negatively (maybe because you can't skip paragraphs or easily read again words, for instance?) ?

Thank you for your input

Régine Lambrecht

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