Re: text to speech?

fr Jamal:

Programming is practical, however, with a text editor like TextPad or

NoteTab. In fact, I have personally developed a text editor called

TextPal, using the Ruby language and wrappers for the WxWidgets GUI

library (which produces accessible controls unlike other

cross-platform

libraries). It is fully keyboard accessible and offers almost every

feature I’ve found in a text editor (I compared many), and

does so in a

manner intended to maximize usability by blind persons.

For anyone interested, the installer for TextPal, a free, open source

editor is available at the following direct download address:

http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/palsetup.exe

It may be easily uninstalled as well.

Under Windows, Ruby console mode utilities work well with a screen

reader. These include irb, ri, and gem.

wow. it’s loaded complete indeed. I see 3900+ loc in there. Is that all
the code?
You are cool.

-botp

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