I would like to credit Zack Kline for all the help he gave me in learning the game and the games author David Dunham of a-sharp for making the game in the first place and taking the time to make it as accessible as is.
Exploring is a vital, if dangerous, part of the game. You will unlock events, find treasures and even clans or other people. You can explore the land around your own clan as well as your own land (tula in game terms). Note that, even though you might…
Last edited by Scott Davert on September 27, 2020.
Can I use a braille display with my iOS Device? If so, which models are compatible?
Yes, any iOS Device that runs VoiceOver can support a large variety of Bluetooth braille displays. Common ones include Humanware's Brailliant line, the Focus displays from Vispero, and many other braille devices from Alva, Baum, HIMS, and other companies. Please see …
Can My iOS Device Be a GPS?
Probably. If you have an iPhone or a cellular-capable iPad, then you can start using GPS apps right away. Owners of wifi-only iPads or all iPod Touch models do not have this luxury.
However, external GPS receivers do exist. Some connect via bluetooth, while others can plug into the Lightning port on your device. We have no direct experience with any of these systems, so the best we can do is tell you that our research shows they are out there.…
What is iTunes? Do I need it?
iTunes is a program made by Apple for Mac and Windows. It is a program for managing your iDevice's content, backups, and upgrades. As of iOS 5, iTunes is no longer required, except for putting music on your device and performing full, encrypted backups. You can activate, upgrade, and back up your iDevice using iCloud as of iOS5. If you are on Windows and still want iTunes, you can download it from Apple.com.…
Answering or Ending Calls
For the most part, you can both answer and end a phone or FaceTime call with one gesture: the two-finger double tap, also known as the "magic tap". Tap two fingers on the screen, then tap them again quickly. When you are receiving a call, this gesture will answer; when you are in a call, this gesture will end it. When ending a call, though, please note that you must remove the phone from your ear if you're talking on it that way. When an iPhone is held to…
What Is This Rotor Thing?
The VoiceOver rotor is perhaps the most difficult aspect of VoiceOver to get used to because it is not a concept used in other screen readers. It is basically a way to use the same two gestures--an up and down swipe with one finger--to perform multiple tasks. That is, an up or down swipe will do the action set in the rotor, and the rotor can be set at any point. The rotor is used for reviewing text by word or character, changing the typing mode, adjusting…
What is an iDevice?
Throughout this document, the term 'iDevice' is used to refer to a portable Apple device with a touch screen. This includes the iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad product lines. When a specific device is mentioned, it is intentional. For instance, all iDevices have wifi, but only the iPhone and cellular-enabled iPad can access cellular networks. This is not an official term, but rather one adopted by the author for the sake of clarity.
What is iOS?
Thanks to Kevin Chao, I now have an easy way to convert Bookshare books to the EPub format that iBooks will accept. This assumes that you are on Windows (though I am sure the process is quite similar on a Mac), that you have a current Bookshare membership, and that the book you want to convert is in DAISY format, downloaded from Bookshare.
You will need:
- A Bookshare account, from http://www.bookshare.org
- The Stanza program, from…
The Mail App
There are plenty of alternative email apps for iOS and iPadOS these days, but most people will use the default app at some point. It's a solid choice, too, with plenty of useful features. While it's accessible and (mostly) easy to use, it's worth going over how it works and what to expect.
Once you've added your email account(s) in Settings, and you open the Mail app, you'll find yourself in a list of your email folders. By default, you'…
In this guide, I will explain how to take a snapshot of any screen on your iPhone.
Follow these steps:
- Navigate to the screen on which you wish to take a picture. Examples may include: a Web page with a CAPTCHA for solona or an application that is inaccessible with VoiceOver.
- Press and hold the Home button, then, while holding, press and release the sleep/wake button. This will take a .jpeg immage of the current screen and place it in your camera role. From…
Follow these steps to connect your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to a wireless network.
- Press the Home button to make sure you are on the Home screen.
- Double tap Settings.
- Double tap Wi-Fi.
- Flick right until you find the name of your wireless network. This is also known as the Secure Set Identifier (SSID). If your wireless network is unsecured, you'll be connected immediately. Although this might seem convenient, it is not recommended. Wireless networks…
This short guide shows how to rearrange app icons on your iOS device:
- First you need to do a double-tap and hold on the icon that you wish to move (make sure not to lift your finger after the second tap).
- Hold your finger on the screen until VoiceOver announces "moving <AppName>"
- Move your finger across the screen (making sure to keep your finger pressed to the screen whilst doing so). As you move your finger around the screen you will hear a 'click' sound.…
This guide describes the process of taking a picture and reading a document using Smart Scanner by Shape Services.<!--break-->
Capturing a Document
Perform the following steps to take a picture of a document:
- Locate the button labeled “FullScanBtn”.
- Raze the iPhone about 8 inches above the paper.
- Move the iPhone so that…
This guide will show you how to rename a folder in iOS 4.
There are 2 ways to do this.
- Go to the folder name and double tap it.
- Double tap and hold any icon of any app in the folder.
- Double tap the folder name and edit.
- From the home screen double tap and hold the folder name until you hear "moving".
- Double tap the folder name until you hear a text edit.
- Edit, but be aware it will overwrite your work so it's best to…
This guide explains how to make sure you won't be coming home to a huge phone bill after having used your iPhone for a while.<!--break-->
When i first got my iPhone, I came from a symbian background, and I didn't have a data contract. I was a little bit skiddish around using 3g, hearing about the high amount of data the iPhone goes through just by being connected.
OK, on to the guide...
It's pretty simple really.
Double tap the Settings app, double…
Do you need a way to easily turn off VoiceOver so a sighted friend can use your iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone? Are you playing a gesture-based audio game that requires you to disable VoiceOver? If you need a way to easily turn VoiceOver off and on without sighted assistance or Siri, keep reading for instructions. This quick guide is for you.
Configuring the Accessibility Shortcut
The Accessibility Shortcut allows you to enable or disable accessibility features by pressing the…