Re: [orca-list] Orca works great.

Yes, Orca rocks! From someone who uses Linux full time. There's only one screen reader I will use in Windows on those rare occasions when I can't use my own computer and it is NVDA. Both Orca and NVDA are great, but I am partial to orca even more because of its scriptable capabilities. Anyway, I am starting to ramble. So I'll just close with the same message. Orca rocks!

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On Wed, 2009-12-30 at 23:38 -0500, Herzog wrote:
Yes, I must second the appreciation of the hard work.
As a two year user of both Orca and Jaws, Thank you all..
Wil Herzog

Bill Cox wrote:
> I've carefully tracked the performance of Orca vs it's strongest
> competitor for over a year now (that would be JAWs).  I just want to
> say congratulations!  While JAWs still holds a small lead, Orca has
> closed the gap rapidly.  I know what it's like to be a developer - you
> hear all about the bugs, but when your code "just works", you never
> hear from users.  Well, your program is working very well for me.
> Thanks.
> Bill
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