Re: accessible screen sharing program
Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
WebEx works too, provided you are sharing your screen, not thetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
other way around.
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Subject: RE: accessible screen sharing program
Ditto on Team Viewer as an accessible screen sharing tool.
I do remote training with visually impaired clients. I use JAWS
tandem with Skype or a telephone for audio. For my clients who
don't use JAWS (they use Guide or whatever), I use Team Viewer,
which has audio built into it. Both solutions allow me to view
their desktop (I'm partially sighted) and control their computer.
Skype alone lets you share a desktop. It's also supposed to let
you send files back and forth, but I've had limited success with
that. I understand there are JAWS scripts for Skype, but haven't
used them personally.
Unmodified, Skype's accessibility is rather limited.
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