Jude DaShiell jdashiel at shellworld.net
Wed Jan 20 01:00:35 UTC 2010

Another roughly equal alternative is Thunder Screen Reader though it has a 
suite of additional accessibility tools nvda hasn't duplicated.  Anyone 
have any idea about openoffice and nvda accessibility status?  I tried 
openoffice with nvda and couldn't get to any of the menus so ended up 
removing it from my machine.  The mac has openoffice accessible for it as 
does linux g.u.i.On Tue, 19 Jan 2010, Josh wrote:

> Hi
> Knoppix-adriane is very good also!
> Josh
> Josh Kennedy jkenn337 at gmail.com
> my blog is at http://jkenn337.klangoblog.net (updated frequently). Tired of Microsoft Windows and paying thousands for screen-readers? try out NVDA, get a mac--, nvda--for Windows, or try out and switch to grml, Ubuntu, Vinux, or knoppix-adriane Linux desktops. Knoppix ubuntu and vinux-cli-max are the most accessible for beginners. also try vinux-gui and encourage those at www.cherrypal.com to use windows-xp and nvda knoppix-adriane Vinux-cli-max or grml so all blind people can have an accessible computer.

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