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


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:

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.


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