Spoiler : project codenamed houdini
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Oct 8 00:03:45 UTC 2017
I will surely keep and eye on fenrir as it seem to fit the path I hope
to go ... ;)
I'll probably borrow a braille display for some tests later or will
get one somehow, I don't plan to actually learn braille but it should
be enough for basics tests.
My future partner project seem to go well with a few media coverages,
I plan to fill the flaws of it soon ...
2017-10-07 18:25 UTC−04:00, Linux for blind general discussion
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> I guess he’s done that with no response.
> I have tried to contact the orca dev about a better braille support but she
> claims that this is a brltty problem and the brltty dev claims its an orca
> problem so what do i do then?
>> 7 okt. 2017 kl. 21:28 skrev Linux for blind general discussion
>> <blinux-list at redhat.com>:
>> On Sat, Oct 07, 2017 at 06:34:25PM +0000, Devin Prater wrote:
>>> This has always been the problem in Linux. People all seem to want
>>> different things. I'd love a screen reader that incorperates auditory
>>> icons, artificial intelligence, and different speech parameter changes to
>>> denote levels of headings, links, italicized/bolded text.
>> Why not file a wishlist bug on various screen readers? Developers won't
>> add features unless the features are requested, I know I never would
>> have thought of adding features like the ones you want.
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