Actually that's incorrect for one reason. The mouse moves easily. Unless you have parkinsons disease you can probably use a touch screen since you'll be able to keep a finger still long enough to do a gesture. I can't use mice either and have a major fine motor deficit yet I can and do use a touch screen every day. I think what you could have used to play those games with is a track ball. That has a ball in a case you turn to move the cursor and then there are two separate buttons on the case you press to click. You also keep your hand in the same position to use a track ball since only the ball in the track ball turns and the buttons are its only moving parts. If you try any of this stuff, I'll be interested to know what results you have. There's also a rat. A rat is on the floor and attached to the computer and you operate a rat with your feet. Never having used one of those, I can't go into specifics on that device though. I have two problems with mice. First those move way too fast and second the targets for them (controls) are too small. If a screen could have no more than 9 controls in three columns of three rows I expect then I could have used a mouse effectively.

On Mon, 12 Feb 2018, Damien Garwood wrote:

Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2018 19:06:29
From: Damien Garwood <>
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

Being totally blind from birth, I've never touched a mouse, and I hope I would never need to. Mice (mouses? mice? that just sounds weird!) were unusable by the blind at the time when I was taught computers, hence the reason I could never really play Swamp or RailRacer, let alone think about complete system navigation with it. Not only that but my coordination and spatial awareness isn't all that great. If I can't use a touchscreen then I've no chance of using a mouse.
-----Original Message----- From: Jude DaShiell
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

Windows users just think mac operating system is hard until they start
playing with the mouse then they learn different quickly.  Now, mac on
the command line interface, that's a different operating system and
needs study.

On Sun, 11 Feb 2018, Damien Garwood wrote:

 Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2018 17:49:44
 From: Damien Garwood <>
 Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

 That may well be your opinion. I know a lot of people who are Mac lovers,
 and they are certainly well advertised. But for those who are brought up
 and taught around Windows, learning a whole new operating system is like
 learning how to live on another planet. You may as well lose your legs,
 get wooden ones and learn how to walk all over again. I had to sell my Mac
 because I couldn't figure for the life of me how to use it.
 -----Original Message----- From: Katie Epperson via Groups.Io
 Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2018 10:43 PM
 Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

 That, my friend, is why you should get a Mac. They don?t eat your stuff
 most of the time
 On Feb 11, 2018, at 2:33 PM, lori duncan <> wrote:

 Hi I was wondering if someone could send me the link to the website which
 had all the audio game recordings, including the ones from
  had it until my system got wiped by a stupid microsoft update, and now I
  can't remember the webb address.

  Thanks from Lori.


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