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What do screen readers really say?

Sent by Bob Sawyer on 11 September 2003 17:05


> -----Original Message-----
> 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.
>

Thanks, Julian. I'm just getting into all of this (like so many others) and
this sort of informatin is extremely helpful.

I'm assuming, since I see the name more often than others, that JAWS is the
most commonly-used SR. Are there any meaningful usage statistics for screen
readers out there?

Cheers,
Bob

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