moderated Re: Questions about QRead
QRead is definitely not being updated and if you can use it, more power to you, but personally, Acrobat Reader DC works perfectly well for me and/or using Edge, or opening them in Microsoft Word, at least the Word in Microsoft 365.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of David Diamond
Sent: Sunday, May 9, 2021 6:56 AM
Subject: Re: Questions about QRead
Q-read? Is it still out there? I thought the developer took their money years ago and ran. Half grin. Seriously, I got the Q-cast years ago and after about 2 years of trying to get support with no results or acknowledgement of my queries
, I opted for another program. I never did use Q-reader as I was told Fire fox was just as good and at least it got updated regularly. . For all I know the developers of all the Q-programs are sitting on some island enjoying their monetary gain they got from the ... blind, laughing at them. Just so you know, I'm not the only one who got non-support from the developers of the Q-programs. Several others got the same disgraceful results.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Rahul Bajaj
Sent: May 8, 2021 11:12 PM
Subject: Questions about QRead
I am currently exploring QRead, I have Jaws 2021 on a Windows 10 machine. Here are a couple of questions:
First, what advantages, in your view, does QRead have over Acrobat Reader DC, for reading PDFs? Does it avoid the problem of words running together and JAWS losing focus?
Second, how can one find out the page number of one's current location and get to a specific page number in QRead?
Third, is there a way to access bookmarks made in a PDF, via QRead?
I had rejected it earlier, since it did not allow para-wise navigation with JAWS. However, that seems doable with the demo I downloaded today.
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