for those of you who were around in the Dos days, you will probably most likely remember this.
they're used to be an app for the PC called print shop. I don't know how accessible it would have been with a screen reader, as back then, I used the program with ZoomText. basically in a nutshell, provided that you had a printer, which at the time, I did, essentially, it let you create all kinds of really cool things that you could then print out. so for example, you could make posters, signs, banners, provided you had tractor feed paper, calendars, cards, etc.
this may seem like a really stupid question, but I wonder if there is an app equivalent nowadays that would work on the mac which would be voice over accessible. I googled, but found absolutely no references to anything dealing specifically with print shop.. obviously, I'm perfectly aware that apps like pages etc could probably do some of this type of stuff, if not all of what I'm saying, however, I was just wondering if there was more something specifically dedicated to this task.
they're also used to be a program that I know was available on the mac which would kind of do the same type of thing, I think it was called desktop publisher, or desktop publishing, something to that effect. I know, I know, I'm living in the days of the tyrannosaurus Rex, lol. call me weird, and maybe even a bit nostalgic. I'm just curious.
Even if there was something like what I'm talking about, I seriously doubt that it would be accessible, but again, it doesn't hurt to ask, right?
anyway, thanks, guys for your help.