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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Julian on 11 September 2003 16:04


Many screen readers work as an extra layer over top of a "standard" computer system - JAWS reads IE,
JAWS is not the browser, IE is the browser so therefore, browser sniffing won't reveal JAWS although
it might reveal HPR and other speech browsers.

Jules

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If they do, and they're unique, why not sniff'em out and serve up a
stylesheet that would style a "skip navigation" link appropriately? Granted,
this doesn't take into consideration users of "normal" browsers who might be
physically impaired, etc., who rely on "skip navigation" links, but I think
it may be something to consider nonetheless.

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