Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-15 Thread Ken
@audyssey.org Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2009 1:56 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games Hi Che, I think you can acomplish this by simply creating a text area on your Windows form and placing text into it. Then the Jaws or Window Eyes user could review

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-15 Thread Charles Rivard
...@blindadrenaline.com; Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2009 1:56 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games Hi Che, I think you can acomplish this by simply creating a text area on your Windows form and placing text into it. Then the Jaws

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-15 Thread Thomas Ward
HiKen, That makes sense. That also is much easier than translating grade 1 into grade 2 which many new braille users might not know. Ken wrote: Actually, you wouldn't need to write the words, but rather just do kh for king of hearts, xs for ten of spades and so on--just like a braille deck

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-15 Thread Che
Rivard woofer...@sbcglobal.net To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2009 12:30 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games Good thought, which I hadn't thought of! Shame on me. --- If guns cause crime, pencils cause misspelled words

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-14 Thread Ken
I'll test it for you no problem--just let me know how me want it all set up and I'll see what I can do. - Original Message - From: Che c...@blindadrenaline.com To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Friday, February 13, 2009 12:49 PM Subject: [Audyssey] Using braille

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-14 Thread Ken
: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games Hi there, I can help you. I am using Virgo buut I have a brailledisplay so I can test it without Speech from Virgo. -- Email: kevin.weispfen...@gmx.net Homepage: http://www.weisi4u.de BlinkNationBlog: http://www.blinknation.com/kevinweisi

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-14 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Che, I think you can acomplish this by simply creating a text area on your Windows form and placing text into it. Then the Jaws or Window Eyes user could review the text with his/her braille display. I assume then here with you not being a braille user yourself you would aim for grade one

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-14 Thread Charles Rivard
...@blindadrenaline.com; Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2009 10:56 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games Hi Che, I think you can acomplish this by simply creating a text area on your Windows form and placing text

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-13 Thread Kevin Weispfennig
Hi there, I can help you. I am using Virgo buut I have a brailledisplay so I can test it without Speech from Virgo. -- Email: kevin.weispfen...@gmx.net Homepage: http://www.weisi4u.de BlinkNationBlog: http://www.blinknation.com/kevinweisi/weblog BlinkNationProfil:

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-13 Thread Lukás Hosnedl
Hi, I can help you using a Focus 40-80. It amazed me that you can't read braille yourself. Then I realized that you probably weren't forced nor had any reason to learn it when you lost your sight in your early 20's, as far as I remember, but braille output can help and even speed things up a

Re: [Audyssey] Using braille displays with accessible games

2009-02-13 Thread Valiant8086
Hi. I have two different braille displays I can test with. I'll be happy to try it out. I'm deaf blind, but I have enough hearing to play audio games and to not use braille but rather speech primarily. that said, I do know what being deaf blind is like and I'd be glad to try it out to see how