Most accessible browser and desktop experience?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Sun Jan 27 23:45:03 UTC 2019

granted the most important question here, is for whom?
There are as many  ways to accommodate as there are *individuals* 
managing the  experience.
Cannot speak to our first combination as I cannot use that one physically.
However if properly compiled both E-links and links manage html5 and 
Likewise depending on your  definition of javascripting, some editions of 
lynx have html5 plug ins and can manage  some JavaScript submit buttons, at 
least the most recent can.

On Sun, 27 Jan 2019, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> Hi,
> Is Orca + Firefox going to yield the most accessible web browsing experience 
> nowadays? Is there such a thing as a good text-based browser alternative 
> these days that is capable of handling HTML5, javascript etc? I suspect not, 
> but it can't hurt to ask.
> I also heard that Mate is more accessible than GNOME. What do people find 
> problematic or inaccessible with GNOME as compared to Mate?
> Thanks,
> Tobias
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