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Experience with Accordance for those with visual disabilities

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#1 mgvh



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Posted 14 January 2020 - 11:03 AM

I teach at a seminary, and Accordance is required for students as part of the required language course. I have a student with a visual disability who needs to use a screen reader.

Does anyone with a visual disability have experience using Accordance? I am interested in hearing how easy it is to navigate the program.


As for reading the text, there is an option under Amplify > Language > Speak.

I am, however, using a Windows system, and trying to activate speaking returns the message: "Speech is an upcoming feature for the Windows version."

Does that mean speaking is enabled on a Mac now?
Any estimate on when it might be enabled on a Windows system?



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Posted 14 January 2020 - 11:19 AM

I'm interested too. And perhaps some experiences with the new Accessibility from Mac OS Catalina.



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