Apple does a fairly good job making their devices accessable with their VoiceOver system, but it seems they dropped the ball when it came to making iTunes for Windows accessable with screen reading software.
I'm running Windows 7 with JAWS 15. It seems to me that there are problems with JAWS being able to access the iTunes program so it can read its content, making it frustrating to use iTunes. I can't see the iTunes program, but I assume it is skinned, and it's the skinning that causes problems for JAWS.
Does anyone know of a guide or set of instructions that can help me make iTunes more accessable?
What I'd really like is an blind accessable, audio only media player that simply looks like a mass storage device when plugged into a USB port on my computer. That way I can use any media library or file manager I like to manage the content on the media player. I know of Humanware's Victor Media Stream player, but it seems designed primarily as a talking book player. I have my doubts it could gracefully handle a large (1,500+ tracks) music library.