Re: Keeping Up With Technology
Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
My husband had a career in graphic arts, and he says that everything is ridiculously graphic these days - more and more. It would seem to me, that unless the screen maker manufacturers were given the schematics from the point of design of these programs and changes, they are really having to struggle to cope with the real world that we are facing from day to day.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I, for one, wish that a computer user could have the option to get into a program with a graphic waver. Then it would be an easy road for JAWS and other screen readers. It does look like to me, that there could be some kind of graphic filter, but I was just a secretary and medical transcriptionist with imagination, guess I'd have to ask my husband and some other smart guys like some of yall if anything like that could even be possible. I can see that for maybe 99 percent of the market that idea would have no appeal at all, so it would be a problem to market such a filtering system. These programs are designed by men, so can be modified, altered, rebuilt, so it does seem that screen readers could operate a lot smoother if there could be graphic filters of some sort.
"Whether you think you can or you can't, you're probably right." Henry Ford.
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From: "Kevin Wollenweber via Jfw" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Kevin Wollenweber" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, June 22, 2015 7:25 PM
Subject: Keeping Up With Technology
You know, with all the hardships that I read within this EList, especially