Um...Good point. I hadn't thought about that, but I do know of several
V.I. computer users that have Jaws or Window--Eyes cranked up to 450
to 500 words a minute. Double the average sighted reading rate, and I
admit when going through lots of mail I also usually crank speech rate
up to get through it faster. That's fine, but it isn't easy to stop
fast enough if the spoiler warning was short and sweet.
On 6/14/10, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Some people have their screen readers set to read at such a fast pace that
> they may not be able to silence the reading before the spoiler is given
> after a very short warning. I like to put a bit more of a warning there to
> give them time to silence speech if they don't want the spoiler to spoil
> their fun.
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