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Re: Requiring PTR

2008-04-13 23:13:42

Sabahattin Gucukoglu wrote:
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Hi Hector,

As a blind person, I find that the other thing that doesn't bother the majority of people that does bother me is graphical CAPTCHAs. Most people find them a nuisance; I find them a positive frustration. Given that these too are almost completely pointless, I won't inflict them upon others.

It catchy.  This web site has it, so that other site must have it.

As it use to be called in the DOS days, Speech Friendly Interfacing (SFI) was something we supported in our mail reader products with direct BIOS support and support with vendors such as Vocal Eyes. I have to admit the WEB neglected the market, but I don't think the Vocal Eyes people stopped.

I think they is good news in the web horizon for the visual impaired. New web standards are being put together specifically intended to better support keyboard and cursors. John Resig, the principal behind jQuery and the new Javascript updates recently wrote about the current effort. The new beta browsers FireFox 3.0 and IE 8.0 have support for the new WEB "SFI" standards, but I forget the official name it is under.


Hector Santos, CTO

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