Hello,

It is really difficult to get that working without support from the screen reader software. If you are interested on why, I can provide details (it will be a long e-mail!)

You may want to try Tally-Ho and other OCR-based screen readers. It will not be perfect but it will be better than nothing:

https://code.google.com/p/tallyho/




On Sat, Apr 12, 2014 at 12:14 AM, Hart Larry <chime@hubert-humphrey.com> wrote:
Certainly I will vote for support for screen-readers, such as YASR or Speakup,
but when I asked in the blind linux community, they implied it would be unlikely
getting it working. As of now a windows screen-reader JAWS will read, but its
not an ideal solution. Thanks in advance
Hart


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