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by: ke4obt
October 2nd, 2012
Help for a blind user
To start with, my wife and I are Amateur (Ham) Radio Operators. I am blind/visually impaired. My wife can use/see the clock with no problems, but my screen reader doesn't "see" it at all.
After my wife described what everything looked like, I'd love to be able to use it as well, but can't. Are there any suggestions for making this happen? Or should I just list this as a suggestion for the over-worked author (I read through some of the posts on the forum and saw where he was swamped with work, etc.)?? If not, are there any suggestions for world time clocks that are accessible to the visually impaired??

thanks in advance,

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by: lee1764jalee
July 25th, 2020
Help for a blind user
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