[chirp_users] chirp accessibility?
mike-2007 at elp.rr.com
Wed Jun 6 07:58:53 PDT 2018
Good morning Bartek.
I haven't seen anyone answer you yet. So I'll jump in here with what I
know, perhaps it will be useful.
I haven't any experience with using screen readers, never gave it any
thought. I only know of one blind ham, and I really have very little
contact with him. We served together in the Army, but even then we were
only acquainted in passing, we did not work together. So I have no idea
what he does for radio programming.
This is what I do know, and I just E-mailed the Tech support to verify it.
R T Systems software is NVDA compatible. I have several of their various
radio programming cables and programs, and I think they are great. Their
cables always work, no worries about the next windows update killing the
cable. And their Tech Support is just 100%. They will even remote into
your computer to check and repair if you experience problems.
Hope you find this helpful.
Vy73 -- Mike -- KD5KC.
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2018 14:28
To: chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com
Subject: [chirp_users] chirp accessibility?
I have a question about the accessibility of the program for people
using a screen reader. (e.g., NVDA). Does anyone have any experience
in this matter? I have pre-tested but the program is completely
inaccessible. it's about windows10.
I am looking for a software for a blind person to be able to program
the radio myself.
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