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Subject:Re: Disabilities From:Steve Fouts <sfouts -at- ELLISON -dot- SC -dot- TI -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 19 Nov 1993 08:15:49 CST
Marian Harry-Young writes.
|} Not being sarcastic, but how does a totally blind person even use online doc?
The Macintosh Speech Manager and a text-to-speach package is one way. It will
read a text file aloud in a synthesized voice. There are also devices which
use an array of blunt pins that can raise and lower so that the text can
be translated into brail on the fly. Necessity really is the mother of
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