Re: Online services like Dropbox, which are more accessible to screen readers
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I also use SendSpace. The problem with SendSpace, unless you sign up for a paid account, the largest file you can upload is 300 MB.
With my Dropbox free account, I have 2 GB, without any upload or download limit, except for the 2 GB maximum.
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Subject: Re: Online services like Dropbox, which are more accessible to screen readers
I use Sendspace. It's accessible with screen readers. But it's very
I use Pcloud, accessible with Jaws and other screen readers.
De : firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> De la part de Dave Durber
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Objet : Online services like Dropbox, which are more accessible to screen
What other online services like Dropbox, are users on the list using?
I am not interested in services such as, Google Drive and Microsoft's