- n. alternative spelling of screen reader.
“You can navigate results with the keyboard, with alert sounds, and a screenreader will read back the highlighted entry.”
“Briefly, you need Firefox 3.0 and a screenreader that supports W3C ARIA to take advantage of these enhancements.”
“In brief, Android 1.6 includes a built-in screenreader and text-to-speech TTS engine which make it possible to use most Android applications, as well as all of Android's default UI, when not looking at the screen.”
“Users who do not have a screenreader installed can most easily experience the results by installing Fire Vox, a freely available self-voicing extension for Firefox.”
“Alternatively, simply browse to the links in this blog with a supporting screenreader and Firefox 3.0 to experience the interface enhancements.”
“Navigation produces spoken feedback through the screenreader.”
“As with previous ARIA-enabled Google solutions, screenreader users can now switch on ARIA support in the following applications by activating an invisible Enable Screenreader Support link.”
“As you work with the calendar, the application raises appropriate DOM events through W3C ARIA to invoke the relevant spoken feedback through the screenreader.”
“If you do not have a screenreader installed, but are curious to experience what eyes-free interaction with these applications feels like, we recommend the freely downloadable Firefox enhancement Fire Vox by Charles Chen.”
“If the screenreader craps out because the OS has frozen, then no, nothing will help.”
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