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Subject: Re: the most accessible rbutil version

Re: the most accessible rbutil version

From: bob jutzi <>
Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 08:34:45 -0400

I've found it doable with Window-eyes but works best with Jaws.
Not an issue since I have a Jaws demo which does the job in this instance.

On 5/18/2010 7:56 AM, erik burggraaf wrote:
> Well, my 2 cents worth. I haven't seen a nice looking accessible rockbox utility for windows in the 8 months I've owned a player. Fortunately there are scripts for pretty much anything that needs doing.
> On the mac though it's about %95 accessible. I had some issues around setting up voices and stuff. One really nice feature on the mac side would be if rbutilt would interface with the mac's voicing system and let you have access to all of the voices that use it. Right now I'm using espeak, and I'm not fussed, but I have to demo my player for clients sometimes, so it would be nice to have access to alex and/or acapella ryan and heather.
> Best,
> ErikOn 2010-05-18, at 12:52 AM, Christopher Chaltain wrote:
>>> On 5/14/2010 3:05 PM, Leonard Morris wrote:
>>> I am wondering what's the most accessible rbutil
>>> version for blind users.
>> I don't know if you already got an answer to this or not, and I know this
>> isn't really answering your question, but I've never had any trouble
>> manually installing Rockbox onto my iRiver or Sansa media players. This
>> includes changing the bootloader, installing the talking menus and running
>> voice box.
>> --
>> Christopher
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