Reading Kindle books on Linux
cah4110 at icloud.com
Tue Sep 15 17:43:59 UTC 2015
True. It still isn't accessible at all on the Mac though menus are now accessible when you do vo-m but I can read fine on my i-devices. That's really interesting about Cloud Reader. I don't have the gui up now but it would be fun to experiment with.
May the words of my mouth
and the meditation of my heart
be acceptable to You, Lord,
my rock and my Redeemer.
(Psalm 19:14 HCSB)
> On Sep 15, 2015, at 8:44 AM, Sam Hartman <hartmans at mit.edu> wrote:
>>>>>> "Karen" == Karen Lewellen <klewellen at shellworld.net> writes:
> Karen> of course the simple solution is to tell Amazon, who must
> Karen> make their products accessible, to create a Kindle
> Karen> application for Linux.
> See, this is 100% bogus.
> Amazon needs to make their service accessible.
> They don't need to make it accessible on command-line Linux.
> Kindle's accessibility is now ironically the best accessible book
> reading app for Android I've found. better than Google Play Books;
> far better than Go Read (the Bookshare app).
> My understanding is that the accessibility of the stand-alone Kindle
> devices is reasonable, and their Apple accessibility has been good for a
> I just tried Amazon Cloud Reader on debian using Iceweasel and it worked
> fine once it loaded even for a DRM-protected book. Cloud Reader on Chromium seems like it kind of
> wants to work but I can't get to the text of the book.
> I didn't install the Chrome Store app though.
> I appreciate that you want to use the command line. However, that's
> your choice, and has nothing to do with your accessibility needs.
> That choice is what is limiting you here.
> Blinux-list mailing list
> Blinux-list at redhat.com
More information about the Blinux-list