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I’ve had some great feedback on WebbIE 4 – thank you all. This has resulted in two things: First, it turns out that the USB stick versions of WebbIE have some strong supporters who use them in various teaching and … Continue reading
As part of the massive WebbIE re-write into .Net, I now have online new versions of PDF Reader and BBC iPlayer Radio. These are pretty much the same as the existing programs, of course. PDF Reader uses a different third-party … Continue reading
Over the last two years I have been working to move the WebbIE programs from the old programming language they have been written in (Visual Basic 6) to the newer .Net. Users of NVDA and Thunder will find that the … Continue reading
From AbilityNet: Creating Accessible Applications with the User Interface Automation (UIA) Framework – 11th and 22nd June 2010. This free course will discuss and demonstrate how to develop accessible applications using the User Interface Automation (UIA) framework. This is primarily … Continue reading
The Assistive Technology Specialist Group will meet up at the AT Fringe during BETT2010! When: 4.30pm for 17:00h Wednesday 13 January 2010. Where: Special Needs Fringe, Olympia Hilton, 380 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London. W14 8NL What: The new BCS … Continue reading
You can now subscribe to the BCS Assistive Technology Specialist Group mailing list for discussing AT and technology. We’re using Google Groups. You can join in one of two ways: Go to the website and enter your email address:Sign up … Continue reading
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