[Architecture] [Profiles] AT settings for JAWS IE Firefox Multireader and HyperReader

Boyan Sheytanov boyan.sheytanov at asteasolutions.com
Thu Feb 23 14:22:32 UTC 2012

Dear Claudia,

I believe you may find useful the settings for the Windows 7 built-in
Narrator and Magnifier, which were gathered by a few members on the
architecture team in the GPII wiki:

Best regards,

Boyan Sheytanov
Lead Systems Engineer
Astea Solutions AD

On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 16:07, Claudia Loitsch <
claudia.loitsch at tu-dresden.de> wrote:

>  Dear partners
> enclosed you will find a list of settings (including explanation as well)
> of the following ATs: JAWS, ZoomText, IE, Firefox, Multireader,
> HyperReader.  This information could be also useful for other activities in
> SP1, SP2 and other parts of Cloud4All and GPII.
> Our next steps include analysis of commonalities, overlapping and
> disaccords of these settings. So, if you have notes, complements or any
> other points we should talk about do not hestitate to contact us.
> ****
> Short information about the Multireader and the HyperReader, for those who
> are not familiar with these systems:
> Multireader: A system for multimedia documents with universal interfaces
> which can be configured to the needs of people with a variety of print
> disabilities.
> Hyperreader:  A touch-sensitive Braille pin-matrix display increases the
> amount of information perceivable to blind computer users and enables them
> to experience spatial structures and graphic symbols as additional
> information (www.hyperbaille.com).
> Kind Regards
> Claudia****
> --
> -------------------------------------
> Dipl.-Medieninf. Claudia Loitsch
> Technische Universität Dresden
> Institut für Angewandte Informatik
> Professur Mensch-Computer Interaktion
> Tel.: 0351/463 42025
> Fax: 0351/463 38491
> E-Mail: claudia.loitsch at tu-dresden.de
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