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Posted on Monday, November 23, 2015 by tunmi13

Creating a channel on Zello can be hard if it is your first time. But with a little help it will be so much easier.
To create a channel, tap the Navigation Menu button if VoiceOver is on.
Tap on the Channels button, then tap Add Channel. There are three options, Find a Channel, Trending Channels, and Create a Channel.
Choose the third option.
Name your channel, then add a description about it.
Choose the type of channel you want to create.
Anyone can talk…

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Posted on Friday, November 20, 2015 by tunmi13

Zello Walkie Talkie is accessible with VoiceOver and all buttons are clearly labeled, but changing the setting of the PTT button might be something you want to do in case you hate double tapping and holding on the screen for so long.

STEPS
1
Double tap the Menu button.

2
Double tap Settings.

3
Double tap Push to Talk button.

4
Choose an option:
* press and hold
* toggle (meaning double tap on the screen to talk and double…

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Posted on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 by tunmi13

HEADPHONES REQUIRED. :)

Your daughter has took a poisoned arrow from Scene 15. She cannot tell you or lead you to places. You only have a man.

The man leads you to the forest, saying that he can't go with you any further and gives you instructions to follow the song and that it will guide you to a demon's lair. More information about the demon from the man is from Scene 16.

When the man leaves follow the wind so that it's in the center of your head. If it…

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Posted on Sunday, November 15, 2015 by tunmi13

In this guide, I'll be explaining the king's strategies and how to defeat him accordingly. This guide has been updated, since the last modification was February of 2017, and since then, a Blind Legend has done some things.

This scene is now considered separate, it is no longer part of scene 26.
You start out at the door to the hall. Blake in his rage, slams the door open, and everyone halts in their celebratory activities.
Your wife calls out to you, and you…

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Posted on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 by James AVC

I’ve been waiting for the option to slow down the speed of double tapping when using VoiceOver for quite some time and now with iOS 9.1 it is here!

Several of my clients struggle with the speed at which they previously had to single finger double tap the screen to activate buttons, open apps, open links etc, not to mention two finger double tapping to answer or end calls coming in on their iPhones. I’m really pleased that Apple has made this option available as I think it will make…

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Posted on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 by Darrell Hilliker

In some iOS apps, with VoiceOver enabled, tapping the top of the screen with four fingers does not move to the top of lists. In these situations, it seems necessary to repeatedly flick to the left until the first item has been reached. Examples of this behavior can be found in Apple's new iOS 9 News app and the Voice Mail section of the built-in Phone app.

VoiceOver tells us the solution may be found in the status bar at the top of the screen. Follow these steps in an app that does…

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Posted on Monday, October 19, 2015 by Niall Gallagher

Introduction

This guide will focus on completing the task of transferring a file via Wi-Fi from your Mac or PC to your iOS device, from one iOS device to another, and vice versa. The actions which can be carried out with the transferred file will also be discussed.

It should be noted, the file transfer methods covered in this guide are based on Wi-Fi, and do not consider other methods which are available such as Bluetooth. Additionally, there are other applications which…

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Posted on Sunday, September 27, 2015 by Scott Davert

What is 3D Touch, Anyway?

  3D Touch is arguably one of the biggest features of the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models. Before we get in to specifics about how it works with VoiceOver, I thought it would be helpful to go directly to Apple's 3D Touch webpage to get an overview of exactly what 3D Touch is:  

iPhone 6s introduces an entirely new way to interact with your phone. For the frst time,…

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Posted on Sunday, September 20, 2015 by mehgcap

Intro

Xcode is the application development program made by Apple, available free in the App Store. It's used to make apps for iOS, OS X, Apple TV, and Apple Watch, in Swift or Objective-C, and can be used for C and C++ development as well. It is a powerful, intuitive piece of software… if you can see it. Voiceover users have a harder time of things in some ways. That's not to say that Xcode isn't usable--it…

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Posted on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 by Deborah Armstrong

I had a problem moving pics off my iPHONE to my PC, which I solved. Am posting here so it might help others.

For purposes of keyword searching, see also
photos, pictures, copy, delete, transfer, import

We were on vacation and my hubby wanted to use my iPHONE as a camera.

When we got back to the hotel, I plugged the phone in to my Windows netbook but the Portable Device, iPHONE internal storage folder was empty. Normally under "computer" in Windows,…

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Posted on Saturday, August 8, 2015 by mehgcap

What Is Audio Hijack?

Audio Hijack is an app that lets you capture audio from your Mac. You can apply effects, mix things together, monitor your mix, and record it all to a wide range of different file formats. It's the easiest way to capture audio from a microphone, your whole system, one application, or a combination of any of the above. You can record to files, and you choose how many; if you want one track per sound source, you can do that, or you can have everything go to a…

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Posted on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 by Michael Hansen

Apple’s iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Watch) come with accessibility features built-in. The purpose of this document is to give the blind or low vision user a concise introduction to the accessibility features offered on iOS devices.

VoiceOver

An Introduction to VoiceOver

  • VoiceOver is a "screen reader"; it reads text aloud on the screen.
  • To enable VoiceOver, go to Settings> General> Accessibility> VoiceOver.
  • You can also tell Siri…
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Posted on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 by Kenya

Hello,

It is about Spotify desktop application on Mac and the steps to make it accessible.

My spotify version is 1.0.6.80 but any version later than 0.9.4 (released in September, 2013) would be fine.

There are two steps to make it happen.

Step 1: Open Terminal.app
Step 2: Type the following line and hit enter:
/Applications/Spotify.app/Contents/MacOS/Spotify --force-renderer-accessibility&

That's it. If Spotify doesn't launch,…

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Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by Ajay

The notification center is the place where you can find various notifications and updates corresponding to different installed , apps such as mail, message, news updates missed calls etc. It also displays some widgets through which it informs about the calendar events, weather conditions and stock market etc, that keep you updated for the events for the current day and also provides a glance of the next day. These widgets can also be customized, depending upon the fact that whether the…

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Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by Ajay

The Control Center is the feature, that allows users to directly access and manipulate commonly used settings at one place. These settings include, turning airplane, wi – fi, Bluetooth etc on or off, locking/unlocking screen orientation, activating / deactivating do not disturb, adjusting brightness, handling music player, turning rear led flashlight on or off, using calculator and clock and many other frequently used feature settings.

Like notification center, the control center…

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Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by Ajay

After unlocking your device, you would be taken to the home screen. Let’s see how does it look like.

The Home Screen is divided into four sections, namely, the status bar, the application grid, the Page adjustment and the doc. All these sections have same width and placed one over another

Like the Lock Screen, the topmost section is the status bar, here you can find the time and status of various modules and background processes of your device as described in the in earlier…

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Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by Ajay

This is the first screen that you would find when you press either home or lock button, when your Device is idle.

When the device is locked, It displays various types of information through different display blocks or containers on the lock screen, as mentioned below:

1.The Status Bar It is a topmost component of the screen. It is permanent in nature and remains fixed in its place. It displays information about the status of:

1. Your service provider: It displays the…

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Posted on Saturday, April 11, 2015 by mehgcap

What Is Night Owl?

Night Owl is the only accessible Twitter client for the Mac, or at least the most popular among VoiceOver users. With it, you can retweets, manage lists, send direct messages, save searches, and much more. While most of the app is relatively simple, some parts can be a bit confusing, and there are some undocumented shortcuts and features. This guide will walk you through…

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Posted on Sunday, December 14, 2014 by Musicruz

Before writing this guide, I had searched the Applevis site about this topic. According to the threads I have read, some people are having difficulties making this feature work.

This guide will not make your raise to record feature work consistently because to tell you guys honestly, that feature is a hit and miss, more often the latter. So without further ado, here are the steps.

Note: This tip only works on the Messages app, so if you are trying to do this on the quick…

1 comments : last update or comment 1 month 2 weeks ago
Posted on Monday, December 1, 2014 by mehgcap

Intro

Are you a Mac user, and a fan of audio games? Does it make you angry that there are only a few audio games for the Mac, and that you need Windows just to kill some zombies or play cards? Do you not have access to Windows, and find yourself suffering from game withdrawal? Well, my friends, I have great news: your suffering may be at an end! That's right, I'v been playing my favorite audio game, Swamp for a week now, and I've…

44 comments : last update or comment 11 months 3 weeks ago

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