You don't. Dos Box isn't screen reader friendly. I'm not sure all of
the details why or why not, but I don't think it uses the standard
Windos API so the text on screen is inaccessible to a screen reader.
At least I haven't found one that works with Dos Box on Windows,
Linux, or anything else. Of course, I am willing to here any solutions
if someone here has one.
On 10/8/11, michael barnes <c...@samobile.net> wrote:
> Hey, I just install dos box on my computer but I can't get the screen
> reader to read the game screen.
> I use the key command to read the window and all it reads is the info
> part of the screen. The part that it does read is the cpu speed and
> the program name.
> So how can I get the screen reader to read the game screen on dos?
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