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New to the group, and have skimmed the archive but please excuse any faux pas.
I'm trying to widen MOO as a teaching tool in specialist education,
but am running up against screen readers for blind students on Kindle Fire and Braillenote devices, both based on Android with no clients seeming to provide reliable and accessible feedback to commands, or even decent scrollback buffer support. I'm covered in Linux environments, on Windows and iOS, which are my 3 other platforms (no Macs on my list yet).
I can't easily root classroom devices and get through terminals and things either, although throwing on an unsigned package is starting to appeal if I can find one.
Grateful for any experience anyone else can bring on this one?
From what I recall, Blowtorch was one of the best, except that text from a connected world isn't read automatically. I think it's quite unrealistic to expect it from any client not made with any accessibility infrastructure by design. I'm considering coding up some sort of HTML5-based system, just as soon as I work out how to turn wesockets into conventional TCP/IP connections. ... I'm thinking i'll need some sort of relay system in place.
Would be great to contact the Ghlowtorch developer to see what could be done maybe.
On 25 Oct 2020, at 13:34, Andrew Walbran <qwa...@gmail.com> wrote:
I find BlowTorch mostly decent, though I have no idea how it works with screen readers or other accessibility tools.
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