Re: [orca-list] Question about an accessible midi composing software
- From: José Vilmar Estácio de Souza <vilmar informal com br>
- To: "André L. Baldo" <supermalavox gmail com>
- Cc: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] Question about an accessible midi composing software
- Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2010 11:16:46 -0300
I think that the problem with qws and wine is that you'll need a screen
reader inside wine.
Maybe I'm wrong.
On 07/09/2010 10:59 AM, André L. Baldo wrote:
Thanks for the answer. I'll have to check out Midge and Tuxguitar, since
by what I remember, RoseGarden is made for KDE so, not accessible with
Orca. Actually, still didn't try out QWS with Wine but if all else
fails, I'll do just that!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Sebastian Humenda" <shumenda gmx de>
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Sent: Friday, July 09, 2010 9:44 AM
Subject: Re: [orca-list] Question about an accessible midi composing
André L. Baldo <supermalavox gmail com> wrote on Do, Jul 08, 2010 at
My name is André and I am from Brazil. I've started to use Ubuntu with
Orca two weeks ago. I am still migrating from Windows so probably will
have many questions. Well, here comes my first one:
One of the things I like to do for fun is composing midi files using the
computer keyboard. There is, in Windows, a program called QWS made >
specifically for the blind and because of this, really accessible with
Well, I would like to know a program for that purpose that can be used
in Linux with Orca, or if QWS could be used in Wine and accessed by
the refered screen reader.
Have you tried it yet with wine? I know currently of midge  where you
write midi files, but this might be a bit more than you want. Rosegarden
Tuxguitar are also capable of exporting as midi. There's also tuneit
Lang , but I don't know exactly whether this is something you need,
I never tested it myself.
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