Re: Question about Orca and gnopernicus.

Hi Satyam:

In the case of gnopernicus and orca (which are the two freely available
screenreaders for our graphical platform today), as Samuel said, not
every user prefers a given screen reader.  One of the things which orca
provides, which gnopernicus does not, is comprehensive
application-specific scripting.  Gnopernicus on the other hand offers
some features, especially regarding magnification and a large
configuration GUI, which orca does not have.  Both screenreaders are
under current development, so the gaps may narrow or widen.

Best regards,


On Wed, 2006-03-29 at 07:33, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Hi,
> satyam, le Wed 29 Mar 2006 06:46:37 +0530, a écrit :
> > I have a question regarding gnopernicus, Orca and open
> > Why there should be many screen readers?
> One of the reasons is that people often find existing software not
> suited to their needs, and hence write their own software.
> Regards,
> Samuel
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