Re: What is the issue with Captchas?
Actually, the use of image captchas seems to be expanding. A few blind Amazon customers have reported being confronted by image captchas when they attempted to sign in to their accounts, and a few major merchants like Home Depot impose image cattchas during the online check-out procedure. In the case of Amazon, there is no audio captcha alternative, so the only recourse for a blind customer is to either use Webvisum or Rumola to solve the captcha or else find a working pair of eyeballs.
From: Brad Martin
Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2016 8:39 PM
Subject: Re: What is the issue with Captchas?
Some of them have gotten better than they used to be. I swear some of the old ones were so muffled you'd hear
and you didn't know if
Some sites still don't have audio captchas, and in some cases where they do, the audio opens in a media player, so JAWS loses focus and you have to rush to get back to where you can type the captcha, by which point you've missed half the letters.
On 1/5/2016 6:54 PM, Brian Vogel wrote: