Actually, I just downloaded the new Itunes, and it is much much better
for accessibility. It is still a little odd, but at least you can tell
what is going on.
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Actually, with regard to the Ipod Shuffle model, the problem is the
software which is horrible for those of us that use screen readers.
device itself is perfectly accessible. Where RockBox could make a
difference is with the other Ipod models that rely heavily on the
RockBox for Ipods in my opinion would be huge and I really believe that
sighted Ipod users would love it as well.
I have an Ipod Shuffle, but would buy one of the other Ipod models that
hd based in a heartbeat if RockBox with its TalkBox support were
Behalf Of Christian Marg
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 3:53 AM
Subject: Re: Fw: NBP-Announce: Anna Dresner's new iPod Shuffle Book
Manuel Dejonghe wrote:
> help me a bit, the coffee is not yet working. The iPod shuffle does
> not have a display, so where is the accessibility or useablility
> difference between sighted and blind people ?
Maybe its not as much about the iPod Shuffle itself but more about the
"Attach to computer, get music on it"?
Received on Wed Jun 29 17:41:09 2005