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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?


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