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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the sixth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shares some tips on configuring OS X to make using VoiceOver easier.

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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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the fourth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to make the function keys work with VoiceOver.

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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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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Posted on Monday 15 October 2012

In this podcast, Talksina gives us a demonstration of Audio Switcher, a Mac OS X utility that allows you to quickly switch your audio input/output between different components.

Audio Switcher sits in the Status Bar, making it conveniently accessible from any application. Audio can automatically switch to a given device if selected in the preferences. Place it in your Login Items and it will be available whenever you login. Audio Switcher can auto select any device you choose whenever...

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Posted on Friday 7 September 2012

In this Podcast, AnonyMouse revisits his walk-through and review of LookTel Recognizer, which has been significantly updated since his last podcast.

LookTel Recognizer allows users with visual impairments or blindness to identify cans, packages, ID or credit cards, DVDs, and similar items. Users can store images of objects in a library or database, and...

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Posted on Tuesday 28 August 2012

In this podcast, Michael Feir gives us a detailed walk-through and demonstration of King of Dragon Pass, an iOS game that blends interactive stories and resource management into an epic saga of conflict, mythology and community.

The developer's commitment to accessibility ensures that this game has a strong following among VoiceOver users. It has...

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Posted on Monday 16 July 2012

In this podcast, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of TextDetective, a new iOS OCR application that has been developed specifically for the sight-impaired.

TextDetective finds and reads text in printed documents within seconds using your iPhone’s camera. The detected text can easily be read, edited, copied and pasted into documents,...

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Posted on Sunday 8 July 2012

In this podcast, Mike shows us how to use the free text expander feature that is built-in to Mac OS X Lion.

This neat little tool allows you to create your own personalized keyboard shortcuts, which when typed will automatically expand to a longer word, phrase or sentence. This provides a quick and easy way to type any of these that you use regularly - such as your name, email address or email signature.

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Posted on Tuesday 19 June 2012

In the second of two podcasts dedicated to color recognition apps, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of ColoredEye. This iOS app uses the camera on your iDevice to deliver real-time color recognition.

One neat feature of this app is that it allows you to switch between three color databases:

  • Basic - 16 fundamental colors (purple,...
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Posted on Saturday 16 June 2012

In the first of two podcasts devoted to color recognition apps, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of ColorVisor. This iOS app is probably the most feature-packed app in this category. But, like all others, there are a number of factors that you need to consider if you are to get the best results. AnonyMouse highlights the inherent weaknesses of color...

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