Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Nov 3 11:57:54 UTC 2022
The only browser that ever did that was edbrowse and it implemented a
to text environments. The disadvantage of edbrowse is that it's a
combination of an editor and a browser and it is necessary to keep things
straight in the mind when using edbrowse to know if you're editing or
browsing. The program loads a web page and places the user at the web
page end when an url is opened and shows none of the url's text until the
user keys in commands.
So yes, it's possible but you won't like it. There's another project
called browssh with no interest in accessibility and is actually worse
things how useful those will be for screen reader users is another matter.
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soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
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On Thu, 3 Nov 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Do you thing that it should be possible? I think it is but they don't do it.
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