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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the fifteenth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to turn off the VoiceOver trackpad commander.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the eleventh of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to create and rename folders when using VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the fifth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to access and use the QuickNav feature.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the twelfth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to delete or copy non-sequential files when using VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 6 years 12 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the fourth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to make the function keys work with VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the sixteenth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to unmute VoiceOver speech if it has inadvertently been muted whilst running VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 6 years 12 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the eighth of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to access the menu bar, dock and desktop when using VoiceOver.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard. In Mountain Lion, only VO+M for Main Apple Menu, and VO+MM for Status (now called Extras) menu.

To access Spotlight, navigate within Extras menu or use the Mac short-cut key Command+Space.

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 6 years 11 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 11 December 2012

In the first of a series of podcasts intended to help new users of VoiceOver on the Mac, David Woodbridge shows us how to get VoiceOver running on any Mac laptop or desktop.

These demonstrations were recorded on a Mac running OS X Snow Leopard, but the procedure is still the same at the time of posting.

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1 Comments : Last update or comment 3 years 1 week ago.
Posted on Tuesday 28 August 2012

In this podcast, Michael Feir gives us a detailed walk-through and demonstration of King of Dragon Pass, an iOS game that blends interactive stories and resource management into an epic saga of conflict, mythology and community.

The developer's commitment to accessibility ensures that this game has a strong following among VoiceOver users. It has...

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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 3 months ago.
Posted on Tuesday 19 June 2012

In the second of two podcasts dedicated to color recognition apps, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of ColoredEye. This iOS app uses the camera on your iDevice to deliver real-time color recognition.

One neat feature of this app is that it allows you to switch between three color databases:

  • Basic - 16 fundamental colors (purple,...
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0 Comments : Last update or comment 7 years 5 months ago.

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