Mozilla based accessibility
Mozilla Based Accessibility
New Game plan: I am working on tutorials designed for sighted users who want use the open source text-to-speech, extension for the Firefox web browser.
To work with the accessibility team on screen reader compatibility issues outside of Firefox, fixing bugs using XUL in Songbird or Thunderbird or Sunbird calendar etc.
New Game plan: Tutorials on:
- How to use CLC-4-TTS Click Speak
- How to configure the TTS icons
- How to setup the Click to Speak
- How install, enable or disable the CLC-4-TTS
- How to enable other languages (Cantonese) and how to setup the SAPI 5 via control panel
Old Game Plan: Will be working in XUL on Windows because I have experience with the sr's. New Game plan: I am working on tutorials designed for sighted users who want use the open source text-to-speech, extension for the Firefox web browser.
November 28, 2006
- Camtasia Studio Missing a driver and I am getting the blue screen of death trying to resolve If I don't find a solution going to look into
Microsoft's new free screen recorder.
November 27, 2006
- dry run of icons and tts engine
- ran into problem with Captivate has a delay
November 26, 2006
- First draft of tutorials.
- dry run of install
November 23, 2006
- Met with Janet
- She has lots of users that have difficulty using the Multilingual component and asked if a tutorial could be done to show the setup of this feature.
- Made an appointment for next week to go over the tutorials.
November 22, 2006
- Talked to Melissa Peh and she will be assisting me in recording the final run of the tutorials.
- Talked to Eva Or and she will be assisting me in recording the Multilingual component in Cantonese.
Michael Lau (mylau) is giving me a crash course in XULRunner
I am currently playing with firefox extensions
Currently Learning XUL