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After I went to Paprika’s website and clicked on support the
Submit a Request link was pretty easy to find. It’s a straight forward webform where you fill in your email address, a subject, details about your issue and a few other pieces of information
about the device you use, your version of Paprika and operating system etc. You can click on the link I probided and it will take you straight there.
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of
Thursday, August 16, 2018 8:05 PM
Re: paprika recipe manager?
Yes, if anyone could figure out how to contact the developers, please let me know. I would love to get a fully accessible version of this for windows. It works great on iOS, android, and the Mac.
On Aug 16, 2018, at 10:25 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:
I think Jessica misspelled, she wrote “100%
enaccessible” instead of 100% inaccessible”.
I bought the Paprika Windows app a few years ago when it was still a desktop app and it was very inaccessible then, I assume they maybe have a Windows 10 app now, whether it’s designed as a UWP app or just a ported desktop
app I don’t know. Anyhow, you can use it on an iPhone where it is actually extremely accessible. Yes, it would be nice if the Windows version were also accessible since I could imagine it would be easier if you wanted to bring some of your own recipes into
Paprika to do this on a PC. I actually have quite a lot of recipes which I simply saved as text files and if I could use Paprika on the PC I could just make a new reccipe and then copy and paste from Notepad into Paprika, but sadly for now this is not an option.
Hi, Jessica. If the app is 100% accessible, what do you need JAWS to fix?
I’m a huge fan of Paprika recipe manager.
I’m using jaws 18, with windows 10.
This app is 100% enaccessible.
Can jaws fix this?