Re: Question about accessible screen sharing, being able to see whatothers share
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I am sure what is sent out is a picture of what is on there
screen. There would be no reason to send control information and
text when a picture of it would be simpler. No screen reader is
going to be able to read it.
On 8/2/2020 18:50, Michael Walker
Hi Chris, what my coworkers are screen sharing is
whatever is on their screen, such as what is being displayed in
visual studio as they drive. It might be a video, as they screen
share themselves programming in visual studios.
I doubt it. The thing being shared is likely an image, and
it would have to be ocr'ed and it wouldn't turn out well at
On 8/2/2020 18:09, Michael Walker
What I mean is that I work with people who
can see. They run conferences where they share their
screens. I wondered if there is a way I can see what they
are sharing on their screens.
I’m not quite sure what you mean,
but I use Zoom frequently and share screens with
other blind Zoom users.
Obviously, as the other users are
also totally blind, then they can’t actually see
what is displayed on the screen, but they can
definitely hear any audio soundtrack of what I’m
Not sure if that helps or not?
Kind regards, Jon
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From: Michael Walker
Sent: 02 August 2020 18:34
Subject: Question about accessible screen
sharing, being able to see whatothers share
Hi, is it possible when using
zoom or WebEx to set it up to where I can see what
people are sharing through screen sharing as a jaws
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