3949Re: [magnifiers] Magnifier with horizontal screen scrolling...
- Feb 10, 2006At 12:14 PM 2/10/2006 -0600, Paul wrote:
>DocReader is meant to be used in conjunction with the speech. That's whyCome off it, Paul! The first definition of "read" in the unabridged is "1
>it's called DocReader, after all. :)
a (1) : to look at or otherwise scan (as letters or other symbols
representing words or sentences) with mental formulation of the words or
sentences represented <reading books> <reading inscriptions>"
What was it that we learned to do when we started elementary school?
> You can follow along using any ofAnd they are all poor compared with the legacy versions of ZoomText Level
>the Highlight options if you want.
1. Wasn't it called DocReader even though there was no speech involved?
I was (silently) reading my favorite newspaper, no hands on the keyboard,
just sitting back as the old DocReader's prompter mode scrolled the text
silently upward (just like a TelePrompTer). Someone with normal vision
caught sight of the screen and exclaimed "Oh, that's good!" Those folks in
Vermont seem not to realize that they are leaving a gem out of their product.
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