> The advantage would be that the users can use the screenreader they are used 
> to.

Yes, maybe it is a advantage.

> But maybe - as you write - it is not possible to achieve good results if the 
> application is not a 100% default Windows application.

Huh, that first and if you want that your program does something not "standard" 
from the screen-reader, good luck to make it work.
And what about compatibility with Windows versions (XP and Win10 does not use 
same screen-reader) ?

PS: By the way, of course if you want to make MSEgui assistive interface 
compatible also with build-in Windows screen-reader, do it and I will support 
you work. (and after this I will adapt SAK to be better ;-) )


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