well comercial readers cost loads.
Jaws is not the be all end all though loads of people in organisations will tell you its the only one.
Nvda is a simple reader that is a narater replacement.
If you never have any need to run vertual mode or anything then nvda works quite well.
Its also not to bad though I would never use it as a full time reader ofcause.
Its opensource, you should get on the lists or something if you think you can help they are always fixing things.
 At 08:09 a.m. 29/01/2011, you wrote:
Thanks for the advice, everyone! NVDA and System Access are workable, but clumsy. JAWS is much nicer, it approaches VoiceOver in usability, but it's incredibly expensive (you could buy a new computer for less). Of course, I can use it in the free demo mode for my purposes, but do people really spend so much on JAWS?


I guess the most important question is, what software do people actually use? I see after a quick inspection that all of these options read my webpages slightly differently. I don't want to waste time making it work well with a program that no one uses.

Thanks,
David

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