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Posted: Feb. 03 2008,04:47 QUOTE

Hi Jeff,

Are you using DSL to access the web and are you using a screen reader. I have a friend who is a visualy impared, retired, United States Veteran, who is wanting to browse the web.  I do not think he would be able to see a computer screen even with a magnifier.  He has turned down some offers and is trusting me to give him what he needs without 'ripping him off'.

We have had a discussion, and he is more then williing to make significant donations

my url is:

it does not, right now, have alt tags for the images.  they are only screenshots and prettys that would mean nothing to a person who can't see them.  

Also, I am very intersted in support beyond JAWS.

Thanks so much,

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Posted: Mar. 02 2008,12:42 QUOTE

Quote (roberts @ Dec. 16 2007,09:16)
The first six years of my career were spent doing Assembly language programming. Business Applications, typically accounts receiveables, payroll, inventory control. Back then, early seventies, memory was so expensive.


I learned FORTH in 79 because I didn't want to learn assembler.

Of course, FORTH immediately taught me assembler. <grin>
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