- I have heard a rumour that Windows 2000 comes complete
with its own magnification and speech output. Has
anyone used this, and what sort of results does it
give? Thanks, John.
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- Hello John and the rest of the list.
The magnification that comes with W2k is of no use at all. It has none of
the basic feaures you expext of a magnification program today. No full
screen magnification, no cursor tracking and the magnification window always
seams to remain in the bottom right corner of the screen. And so on and on.
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- Hi John,
The Windows magnifiers in Windows 2000 is the same as included in Windows
The speech output utility is called Narrator. After starting these utilites
you get the message, that these features have limit functionality and that
visual impaired people should look at http://www.microsoft.com/enable for a
complete list of accessibilty features.
But as was already mentioned on this list in the path, there is lot between
0% and 100% vision and for some people these features should work well.
Regards Peter Verhoeven
At 13:42 02-08-01 +0100, you wrote:
>I have heard a rumour that Windows 2000 comes complete
>with its own magnification and speech output. Has
>anyone used this, and what sort of results does it
>give? Thanks, John.
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