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Re: lynx-dev JAWS for DOS info? (was Re: problems for blind users)

From: Janina Sajka
Subject: Re: lynx-dev JAWS for DOS info? (was Re: problems for blind users)
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 15:15:54 -0400 (EDT)

I stand corrected. I guess they are taking the low profile approach
because they make no money on the DOS, and perhaps more so because they no
longer provide tech support for the product.

                                Janina Sajka, Director
                                Information Systems Research & Development
                                American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)


On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, Michael Warner wrote:

> On or about 11 Oct, 1999, Janina Sajka
> <address@hidden> wrote:
>       [...]
> > Both the Reading Edge stand alone scanner with built in DEC
> > Talk speech, and Business Vision for DOS by Artic Technologies
> > are pretty old technology. You do not say what kind of DEC Talk
> > you have, or it's firmware revision number. In either case, you
> > might want to try running with JAWS for DOS which is now free
> > from It works very well with Lynx386 and
> > should support even older DEC Talk's quite well.
> They don't seem to be pushing the DOS solution on their webpage.
> A few minutes poking around didn't turn up any mention, but
> I did find <> which is where the file
> jdosfree.exe lives, which I assume is the free JAWS for DOS
> software.  Does anyone know of a more specific URL for info on
> the DOS version?  It would save some frustration for people
> looking specifically for DOS.  If someone can supply a good URL,
> I'll put it up on a mozilla Open Directory (or whatever they're
> calling it) "internet accessibility" page.
> -- 
> Michael Warner
> <address@hidden>

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