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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Philippe Wittenbergh on 9 September 2003 13:01


On Tuesday, September 9, 2003, at 07:34  PM, Bob Easton wrote:

> This conclusion comes from research I did recently with a test suite 
> that was answered by people using a wide range of screen readers and 
> other assistive technology.
>
> The test suite: http://eleaston.com/bob/screenreader-visibility.html
> The results: 
> http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=ScreenreaderVisibility
>
> Please read the results. It will answer a few of the likely questions. 
> i.e. No, current screen readers do not read aural style sheets.
>

Thanks for that, Bob.

One question comes to mind - do users of screen readers sometimes 
disable style sheets in IE win ?

Philippe

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