Fwd: Problems with programs!
- Dear list members,
Below is a message of somebody who purchases some programs, that do not
work with his access program SuperNova.
If you are using a screen magnifier or screen reader be sure the program is
compatible with your access program before purchasing it.
Please let the list know if other screen magnifiers work well with the
programs mentioned in the message below and if there are other programs
that do not work well with special access utilities.
Regards Peter Verhoeven
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>From: "Mr. A. Gough" <anthony.gough@...> (by way of Peter
>Subject: Problems with programs!
>Over the past few months I have purchased a number of programs only to
>find out that I could not use them with my access software (Supernova
>4.01). This dolphin informs me is because of the way the programs update
>the screen. They say that the magnification engine would have to be
>redesigned to address this problem so they are unable to help me with
>it. I have pointed out that if I had known that there was a list of
>programs that did not work with their software on the net I would not have
>How about doing this on the screen magnification web page where users can
>say I have had this problem with xyz program with this piece of access
>software and what the solution was if any.
>The programs I cannot get to work are Zipmagic 2000 (It takes 4-5 seconds
>to draw the save as dialog box in download magic and the whole thing tends
>to crash when I have magnification turned on)". System Suite 2000 also
>has the same problem but to a greater extent. And Cooledit 96 seems to
>have a slowdown problem with Supernova 4.01, when I open a wave file on
>my 466 Celeron it takes 25-30 seconds to draw the screen. Dolphin have
>been unable to help me with any of these programs.
>I thought others might like to know these programs would not work.