Re: Screen Reader
And talking about terminal, espeakup and brltty are the most used and updated I think. But from terminal, the web browsing is difficult to perform
VoiceOver can do things Jaws cannot. It's possible to interact with web
elements using VoiceOver and that's the only screen reader I ever used
that could do that. No Jaws is not perfect, that's why so many updates
and the same holds for narrator and nvda.
Both jaws and nvda need rather much expertise to use them well too.
Fenrir is available for Linux as well as espeak-ng but those are for us
command line users. Fenrir can run in a G.U.I. terminal though.
VoiceOver needs a large amount of expertise to use it well.
On Fri, 30 Jul 2021, Ahmed Hassan wrote:
> > >i have used linux with orca long times
> > >orca is not perfect but are jaws or nvda perfect?
> > >or windows narrator?
> > >we should not talk about surfing the web with voiceover on osx
> > Voiceover for macos is slowly becoming a joke. It's unfortunate really