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Posted on Monday 7 January 2013

IN this podcast, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through of an app for radio dramas from Yesteryear.
Vintage Radio lite is an app available for free in the App Store. ALong with a demo of the app, we learn about the differences between the free and paid versions. For those radio enthusiasts, can you name the show in the intro? Tune in and find out.

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Posted on Tuesday 1 January 2013

In this podcast, David Woodbridge gives us a demonstration of Light Detector, an iOS app that uses the camera on an iDevice to transform any natural or artificial light source that it encounters into sound. You will hear a higher or lower sound depending upon the intensity of the light.

The Light Detector app can help blind users to be more independent in many daily activities: at home, point your iDevice towards the ceiling to understand where the light fixtures are and whether they...

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 1 month ago.
Posted on Tuesday 18 December 2012

In this podcast, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of VO Starter, an iOS app that teaches how to use the VoiceOver screen reader that is available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

VO Starter is a free download from the iTunes App Store.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Thursday 13 December 2012

In this edition of his series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to use word completion suggestions with VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Lion, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Thursday 13 December 2012

In this edition of his series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to use auto spelling suggestions with VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Lion, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Thursday 13 December 2012

In this edition of his series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge gives us an overview of the VoiceOver navigation commands.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Lion, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Thursday 13 December 2012

In this edition of his series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to create and use VoiceOver activities. These are sets of commands that can be configured to work with a specific application.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Lion, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Thursday 13 December 2012

In this edition of his series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to use letter navigation in Safari.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Lion, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the eighth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to access the menu bar, dock and desktop when using VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard. In Mountain Lion, only VO+M for Main Apple Menu, and VO+MM for Status (now called Extras) menu.

To access Spotlight, navigate within Extras menu or use the Mac short-cut key Command+Space.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 2 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the first of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to get VoiceOver running on any Mac laptop or desktop.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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1 Comments : Last update or comment 3 years 2 months ago.

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