On Saturday 28 March 2009 03:40:47 Kevin Kofler wrote: > Anne Wilson wrote: > > KDE offers KTTS, K-text-to-speech, which is used by KMouth. > > The biggest problem there is that it doesn't actually read the content of > Qt widgets. So while it may help people with partial eyesight like the > original poster in this thread, it won't really work for completely blind > users. Qt 4 actually has an accessibility framework, but I'm not aware of > any screen readers using it yet. Everything's waiting for AT-SPI-D-Bus, the > new cross-desktop accessibility framework (which will allow using Orca to > screenread Qt 4 apps as well, and hopefully we'll also get a KDE > screenreader) which is being worked on. > Yes, for Charles, KMag may well be helpful, but I think he really needs a screenreader as well. I wonder how far in the future this is? I know, 'How long is a piece of string'? :-) Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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