From: Don Seiler <don@se...> - 2003-05-27 14:27:57
One of our employees is blind and is having trouble using TOra, and Toad
isn't much better. We are wondering if, for future development, you would
be interested in adding Accessibility functions for the vision-impaired.
He sent me some links to Microsoft's accessibility pages with some notes
below. I'm not sure how this all flows with what Qt can do but it doesn't
hurt to ask.
Knowing almost nothing about Windows development, I can only guess what
For some reason, saving this address did not take me to the page I really
wanted. The page I was looking at from this page was the Microsoft Active
Accessibility: Architecture link.
It appears to provide guidelines for providing accessible windows
information. The unfortunate thing is that MS
"Although the development cost for implementing IAccessible
(or any other COM interface) can be high, the benefit is complete control
over the information exposed to clients."
If you would like me to find something different, let me know.