I have been using textedit on the Macintosh which provides very little support. 

I started looking at Panic's coda editor because it appears to have been 
installed on my work computer. I was able to review Markup code but I didn't 
really get a chance to experiment.

I have also heard somebody recommend Visual Studio Code from Microsoft, which 
is supposed to run on Mac, Linux and Windows. I have no idea how large VSCode 
is but they certainly have documentation on how to access functionality with 
the keyboard.

I also once talked with the developers of Ulysses for Mac <http://geni.us/GG8F> 
they indicated the application appeared to work fine with VoiceOver. I believe 
it uses subscription based pricing after the first two weeks of use.

                Best wishes,

Jonathan Cohn



> On Feb 19, 2018, at 12:33 PM, 'Janina Sajka' via MacVisionaries 
> <macvisionaries@googlegroups.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi All:
> 
> Just wondering how people manage editing markup files, html, xml, even
> markdown.
> 
> What tools and approaches have you found most useful as a screen reader
> user?
> 
> My personal approach is less than optimal, which is how this question
> came forward at this time. I'm personally a died in the wool vim user,
> but it can be difficult to understand and properly edit content in the
> midst of markup tags, even in a markdown environment. Perhaps there are
> vim tricks I could be better at?  I'm aware that emacspeak actually
> offers some advantages here--but is that the current best practice?
> 
> Thanks in advance for sharing your approach.
> 
> Janina
> 
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