Hi Charles,
That's a good point. I generally unload my screen reader, Window Eyes, anyway when playing a game for the simple fact it frees the CPU and memory up for the game. I will however keep it running if I'm debugging a game, so I can read error mesages, or I happen to be playing a game while chatting on line. However, usually I just unload it while playing to free up system resources.


Charles Rivard wrote:
My thought is that, maybe it should be a general practice to unload your screen reader regardless of which one you use, just to make sure that there are no keyboard or voicing conflicts.


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