That's unfortunately true. Here in the U.S. most organizations and
government agencies only recognize Freedom Scientific's  products in
any official copacity. However, with free and open source solutions
like NVDA out there one can choose to pass on Jaws and choose to use
NVDA instead. If they want a good professional screen reader GW Micro
has a payment plan for Window-Eyes that is quite affordable on a fixed
income. I think all and all the days of Jaws are numbered. Sooner or
later their customers will see Freedom Scientific for the crooks they
are and walk away. There is no need to continue putting money in
Freedom Scientific's pockets if they continue with their lawsuit crazy
mentality. It just goes to prove what kind of people we are dealing


On 8/7/10, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> well unfortunately there are those that are stuck with it.
> being that most organisations for jobs and stuff here seem to only
> recognise jaws I actually use it.
> though I actually like sapi support.
> if you can support nvda then thats also good since nvda has its own library.
> I have not seen many games with hal support or even no speech support
> and message boxes and such where the text is on screen for any reader.

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