Re: Question completely off topic of group
If you have an iPhone, download an app called Speechsticker. You can traintoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
it to speak out bar codes you stick to the items.
this is off-topic for a JAWS list, so I'll end it now.
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From: "Bill Tessore" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 09:02
Subject: Re: Question completely off topic of group
Hi, personally I use Dimo tape to braille things around the house. Such as
books, appliance key pads, my iPhone (so I know it's not someone else's),
etc. vut you could also use generic tactiles like puff paint, velcro
stickers, or even cellophane tape. For clothes you could try clothes pins,
safety pins (various sizes), or napkin rings to keep paired things together.
There's even magnetic braille labeling rolls for canned goods and jars with
metal lids. For the low vision there are multi-colored stickers. Even
knotting, special folding, and dedicated placement or varying size, shape,
and texture containers can keep stuff organized. Maxi-Aids, LS&S, and the S.
f. lighthouse for the Blind can all help withis question and product
solutions. Hope these suggestions help.
Bill Tessore e
On Dec 19, 2018, at 7:15 AM, Mario <email@example.com> wrote: