On Sat, Apr 24, 2021Well it's great you can figure
them out most of th well it's great you can figure them out most
of the time but for many of us blind people actually have to use
them I don't have a choice it's really really a sore subject for
us. I'm not the only one who has trouble with the audio
challenges most of us do… at 03:08 PM, Randy Barnett wrote:
Behringer you have to register first. And their
capture is totally in accessible there was absolutely no way
for a blind person to do it.
By the way, you should scream bloody murder at them over this.
They actually use BotDetect CAPTCHA, which follows accessibility
practices outlined by WCAG and Section 508
, but Behringer
has elected to omit the button to speak/announce the CAPTCHA
text. If you (or anyone) wants to play with BotDetect CAPTCHAs
then go to the BotDetect CAPTCHA Demo Page, which does include
both the Change the CAPTCHA Code and Speak the CAPTCHA Code
buttons. These are built-in features that, from all
appearances, Behringer (or I should
say community.musictribe.com, since that's the actual site
Behringer is using for their account registry) has intentionally
removed that button from the CAPTCHA.
I sometimes have to change the captcha code if there are several
sound-alike letters right in a row in a given code, but when
there are not I can get the code on the first (usually) or
second listening, depending on the length of the CAPTCHA itself,
without having seen those characters. It also depends on
exactly which Sound Style is being used, too. To listen to
those, go to the BotDetect Accessibility
Demand for Audio CAPTCHA page
, and search for the link
entitled, Dispatch. It's the first sound style in a series of
12, and some of them are much easier for me to understand than
others are (which I'm sure is the general idea). When I change
the CAPTCHA code on the demo page it generally has a different
sound style than the last one did, but not absolutely always.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit,
Version 20H2, Build 19042
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