[Radio-announce] Transitioning From A Commercial Screen Reader To The NVDA Free Screen Reader Is Highlighted On MainMenu This Week

David Tanner david.tanner100 at gmail.com
Thu May 7 22:38:15 EDT 2015


MainMenu highlights transitioning from Jaws For Windows or Window-Eyes to
the NVDA screen reader.  And, we hear more from the AFB Leadership
Conference...

 

MainMenu Co producer Jeff Bishop starts us out with an interview with a
representative from the Hellen Keller Foundation and their latest project.

 

Joseph Lee from NvAccess brings us the first half of a two part presentation
on transitioning from Jaws for Windows or Window-Eyes to the NVDA free
screen reader. This presentation was a part of the NVDA 2015.1 Conference
conducted in March 2015, and is aired on MainMenu complements of NVAccess.

 

And, Jeff Bishop joins us again from the AFB Leadership conference with an
interview about SunSounds Radio and information about what is new with radio
reading service radio stations around the world.

 

 

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