Re: Orca My experiences with FireFox 3.0 and

Hello Krister,
regarding you first argument: I seldom experienced such a situation,
and, if this happens, I always find a way out. You can always turn the
virtual mode off, you can use several webtools )some are free, for
example see Audiodata's Webformator). And screen readers such as Window
Eyes are able to track the mouse when using the browser mode, because
you move it with the keypad absolutely independend.
Forms mode: You musn't dramatize the situation. What "dreading!"
experience do you have?
Design of webpages: This seems to me a different problem from navigating
a page. Again: You can always turn the buffer off to see how the page
looks. And: To design a visually attractive webpage is something very
difficault for a blind person. You never can surely check out how a
certain graphic or image really looks like. So, if I would have to
design a website that should be visited by the public, I would prefere
to have a sighted person to have a final look on it. (We even don't know
much about the needs of other handicaped persons).
And one final aspect: I prefere to do my work quick, so why take an hour
to explore a webpage, if I can do the same in 20 minutes using such a
nice feature like the virtual buffer.
The reasons I switched to Linux are finance, security and privacy, and
not that i was fed up with the virtual buffer.
And what are doing if you want to read a printed text document? You need
an OCR I guess; and which system do you use then?

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